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Sumario - Mayo 2008

El tema del mes: Decimotercera reunión consultiva de las asociaciones culturales, las misiones católicas, los profesores y trabajadores sociales eslovenos en Alemania.

Entre el 11 y el 13 de abril tuvo lugar en Bad Urach la Decimotercera reunión consultiva de las asociaciones culturales, las misiones católicas, los profesores de idioma y los trabajadores sociales eslovenos en Alemania. En esta oportunidad estuvieron presentes SKUD Triglav de Reutlingen, la Comisión coordinadora del sur de Alemania, la Parroquia eslovena de Stuttgart y SKD Slovenija de Stuttgart. Prestaron su apoyo el Consulado General de la República de Eslovenia en München, la Embajada eslovena en Berlín y la Oficina de la República de Eslovenia para los eslovenos en el extranjero. En un marco cordial y en forma conjunta conformaron una interesante reunión informativa. Los organizadores resolvieron recordar también los 500 años del nacimiento de Primož Trubar. Para ello eligieron Bad Urach como lugar del encuentro, donde Trubar montó su imprenta. De ella salieron libros en lengua eslovena, croata y en cirílico, utilizando los caracteres de los alfabetos glagolítico y cirílico. La reunión fue pensada de tal manera que cada uno de los presentes (más de cien) encontró algo interesante para sí. Pudieron optar entre diferentes talleres (folklore, canto, arte dramático y oratoria), escuchar conferencias sobre seguridad social, legislación impositiva, cooperación interempresarial, temas de política interior y consular y de enseñanza de la lengua eslovena. En la excursión a Tübingen - Deredingen visitaron la iglesia de San Gal, donde descansan los restos de Primož Trubar y la casa parroquial evangelista Primož Trubar, donde tuvieron lugar dos conferencias sobre nuestro célebre compatriota. La parte social de la reunión fue coronada el sábado con una espléndida cena, actuaciones y baile.

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Higlights April 2008

Interview: Dragutin Mate, Minister of the Interior

Dragutin Mate, who became Minister of the Interior on 3 December 2004, started as a teacher at the Poljane Grammar School in Ljubljana. He enjoyed teaching as the right approach and the proper teaching methods alongside with his ability to understand and relate to students helped him establish a good working environment. He continuned his professional career at the Ministry of Defence, where he became acquainted with a wide spectrum of various tasks, military as well as civil ones. At his appointment to the post of Minister of the Interior he was a rather unknown public figure due to his previous political inactivity and was therefore mostly known only to the people who were professionally linked to the Ministry of Defence. At his new employment he then efficiently used his previous experience from the Ministry of Defence but, of course, great amounts of effort and energy were nevertheless needed in order to become fully acquainted with the topics, various documents and the functioning of the system. Namely, Ministry of the Interior deals with a wide palette of tasks - besides traffic safety and control they are in charge of all the personal issues: record, central registers, vehicle registrations, issuing of documents (identity cards, driving, traffic licences, passports ...), updating electoral registers. In the previous year the ministry was marked by an especially great achievement - Slovenia's entry into the Schengen Area. Border control was abolished and Slovenes can now cross the Schengen countrys' borders anywhere we want. The last step of the Schengen expansion happened just recently - on 31 March 2008 when the border checks at internal air borders were lifted as well.

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Sumario - abril 2008

Entrevista: Dragutin Mate, Ministro del Interior

El señor Dragutin Mate, que asumió su cargo en el Ministerio el 3 de diciembre de 2004,  empezó a adquirir experiencia en el ámbito laboral ejerciendo la docencia en la escuela secundaria Poljane de Ljubljana. La tarea docente lo entusiasmaba. Logró entenderse muy bien con sus alumnos, gracias a sus dotes para encontrar la manera de acercarse a los jóvenes, para comprenderlos y para presentar de forma amena los contenidos educativos. Más tarde trabajó en el Ministerio de Defensa, donde realizó actividades de índole militar y civil. Al ser nombrado Ministro del Interior, como no tenía militancia política, era prácticamente un perfecto desconocido para la mayoría. Sabían de él solamente los que mantenían una relación profesional con el Ministerio de Defensa.

Si bien supo capitalizar eficazmente las experiencias de su trabajo  en el Ministerio de Defensa., debió trabajar duro y  encauzar toda su energía para adentrarse en las temáticas, la documentación y el funcionamiento del sistema.

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Higlights March 2008


Dr. Janez Drnovšek passed away - On Saturday, the 23rd February, dr Janez Drnovšek, ex-president and longtime prime minister of the Republic of Slovenia passed away. The ex-president had been experiencing medical issues for a long time and he had appeared in public for the last time two months before handing over his presidential duties to his successor dr. Danilo Türk.

The entire Slovene and European political elite responded to the ex-president's death, while letters of condolence arrived from abroad in great numbers as well. Slovene and international politicians were united on the issue that dr. Drnovšek had left an indelible mark in the country's short history and that Slovenia had lost one of the fathers of Slovene statesmanship and one of the key figures, responsible for Slovenia's acceptance into more and more important international organizations since its declaration of independence in 1991, as well as for becoming a member of the European Union on the 1st May 2004.

In the name of Slovenes all around the world, who expressed deep shock at the news of the death of ex-president and ex-Prime Minister, a fellow human being and friend of ordinary people, and in the name of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia's Office for Slovenes Abroad, the state secretary Zorko Pelikan also expressed deep condolences to dr. Janez Drnovšek's relatives.

A condolence book was opened in the presidential palace already on Saturday, the 23rd February, with the president Danilo Türk being the first to inscribe his name, and followed by the entire Slovene political elite, diplomats, high officials and other cizitens. Due to the fact that a large number of citizens wanted to pay their respects to the ex-president and longtime Prime Minister Drnovšek by signing their names in the condolence book, and since they had to wait for hours to be able to do so, three condolence books were opened the next day. It was also possible to inscribe in numerous communities around Slovenia as well as on the website of the President of the Republic of Slovenia.

The Government of the Republic of Slovenia announced the 25th February 2008 to be a mourning day. The same day the members of parliament and members of the Cabinet payed their respects to the memory of the deceased ex-president with a mourning meeting in the parliament.

Janez Drnovšek was buried on the 26th February in Zagorje, with around 1000 mourners joining his closest relatives and family members.

The last farewell of the retired archbishop of Belgrade, msrg. Franc Perko - on the 20th February in his clerical home at Lepa pot in Ljubljana the retired archbishop of Belgrade Franc Perko passed away at the age of 78. Believers were able to bid their farewells to him on Friday, the 22nd February while he lay in Ljubljana's cathedral, and on Saturday, the 23rd February in a church at Žale. There at noon dr. Stanislav Hočevar, the archbishop of Belgrade and metropolitan as well as the successor of the deceased, celebrated the mass and led the funeral procedures.

Dr. Hočevar said of msgr. Perko, among other: »Sir archbishop Perko led the Belgrade archdiocese during critical historical times, which were extremey difficult by themselves and he marked this era with exceptional teological strenght of a witness and a courageous harbinger. He was able to unite all clergymen, friars and nuns into a community, which preached intelligence, loyalty, prophethood. He understood the current and future goings-on. He was always able to foretell well.«

As many as 650 meetings in Geneva during the presidency - Andrej Logar (born 1951) is an ambassador of the steady representative body of the Republic of Slovenia at the United Nations Office at Geneva, the Conference on Disarmament and the World Trade Organization. During his diplomatic career, which has lasted for more than 20 years, he served in Sweden, Denmark and Geneva, at the same time he was an ambassador in Norway, Iceland and Lithuania. During Slovenia's presidency over the European Union, where Andrej Logar has been serving for the second time already, he is to play an especially important part, as it is expected from Slovenia to, at different levels, prepare and coordinate, conduct and perform 650 various meetings, which exceeds the number of meetings in New York, Strassbourg and Vienna.

»Slovenes in Paris continue to be active« - Jože Mevlja, the director of the Slovenian House in Paris has lived in France for 40 years. He meets other Slovenes (in Paris and its outskirts reside between 300 and 350 Slovene families) in Chatillon, in the southern part of Paris. Here are the Churh of Mother Teresa, the Slovenian House and the headquarters of the Association of Slovenes in Paris, which has existed for 47 years already. Last year a breath of fresh air breezed through their society. Namely, Sebastian Janež, who belongs to the second generation of Slovenes living here, took over the presidency. Ana Vičič, the vice-president of the society assists him with his work.

Aljaž Kovač

Sumario - marzo 2008

Falleció Dr. Janez Drnovšek - El sábado, 23 de febrero murió el ex presidente del estado y el ex presidente del Gobierno de la Rebública Eslovenia dr. Janez Drnovšek. Presidente saliente tuvo una salud muy frágil durante mucho tiempo, pero la última vez que se presentó delante del público fue hace dos meses, cuando dr. Danilo Türk asumó la presidencia de la república.

El fallecimiento del ex presidente del estado y del gobierno ha evocado conmoción de parte de la cumbre de la política eslovena y europea, se expresaron condolencias en gran cantidad también del extranjero. Tanto políticos eslovenos y como los del extranjero estaban de acuerdo - dr. Drnovšek dejó un sello de gran importancia en cuanto a la historia de nuestro país; Eslovenia ha perdido uno de los padres más importantes de la condición del estado esloveno y una de las personas claves de que Eslovenia ha sido congregada en todas las organizaciones internacionales más importantes desde la declaración de la independencia de la República Eslovenia en 1991 hasta el ingreso en la Unión Europea.

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Higlights February 2008

Slovenes and Culture: 2008 Marked by Trubar, Languages and Intercultural Dialogue

The fact that the 500th anniversary of Trubar's birth occurs in the year 2008, which has been proclaimed International Year of Languages by UNESCO and European Year of Intercultural Dialogue by the EU, is a truly marvellous coincidence.

Protecting languages and promoting literacy are one of the fundamental pillars of cultural diversity. Languages are indeed essential to the identity of groups and individuals. Half of the 7000 world's languages are in danger of extinction and it's largely owing to Primož Trubar that this is not the case of Slovene language.

Trubar was the consolidator of the Slovene language as he wrote and published the first Slovene books "Catechismus" and "Abecedarium" more than 450 years ago. He created an instrument of expression and communication that connected Slovenians in time and place regardless of their differences. However, in the next decades other writers and poets left an indelible mark: Anton Tomaž Linhart, Valentin Vodnik, France Prešeren, Josip Jurčič, Ivan Cankar and Srečko Kosovel. Nowadays, Tomaž Šalamun, Drago Jančar and Slavoj Žižek are among the most prolific and famous contemporary Slovene authors, well known also abroad.

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Sumario - febrero 2008

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Los eslovenos y la cultura: el 2008 marcado por Trubar, los idiomas y el diálogo intercultural

El hecho de que celebramos el 500° aniversario del nacimiento de Trubar en el año 2008, que ha sido proclamado Año Internacional de los Idiomas por la UNESCO y Año Europeo del Diálogo Intercultural por la UE, es una casualidad maravillosa.
La protección de los idiomas y la promoción de la alfabetización son unos de los pilares fundamentales de la diversidad cultural. Los idiomas son puntos esenciales de la identidad de grupos e individuos. La mitad de las 7.000 lenguas, que se hablan en el mundo, están en peligro de extinción porque no están documentadas por escrito.
Debido a Primož Trubar los eslovenos logramos conservar durante siglos nuestra identidad nacional y el idioma esloveno. Trubar escribió Catecismo y Abecedario, los primeros libros impresos en esloveno hace más de 450 años. Él creó un instrumento de expresión y comunicación que conecta los eslovenos en el tiempo y lugar, independientemente de sus diferencias. Sin embargo, en las décadas siguentes otros escritores y poetas eslovenos han dejado una marca indeleble: Anton Tomaž Linhart, Valentin Vodnik, France Prešeren, Josip Jurčič, Ivan Cankar y Srečko Kosovel.
Hoy en día, Tomaž Šalamun, Drago Jančar y Slavoj Žižek se encuentran entre los más famosos y prolíficos autores eslovenos contemporáneos, bien conocidos también en el extranjero.

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Higlights January 2008

January's Edition Highlights

EU Leaders Sign the Lisbon Treaty

The new European treaty, the Treaty of Lisbon, was signed on 13 December 2007 by the representatives of the 27 Member States in the Portuguese capital. On this occasion European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said "from an old continent, a new Europe is born." The Lisbon Treaty, for Slovenia signed by Prime Minister Janez Janša and Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel, will provide the EU with modern institutions, optimized working methods and more efficient decision-making mechanisms.

The Treaty is expected to enter into force at the beginning of 2009. To that end it must be ratified by all Member States in the next year. The ratification process has been set as one of the main tasks of Slovenia's EU presidency and to lead by example, Slovenia has already launched ratification proceedings in order to confirm the document in January 2008.

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Sumario - enero 2008

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Los líderes europeos firman el Tratado de Lisboa

Los líderes de la Unión Europea firmaron el 13 de diciembre de 2007 en la capital portuguesa el nuevo Tratado europeo, el Tratado de Lisboa. En esta ocasión el Presidente de la Comisión Europea José Manuel Barroso, dijo que "desde el viejo continente, una nueva Europa ha nacido".

El presidente del Gobierno, Janez Janša, y su ministro de Asuntos Exteriores, Dimitrij Rupel, fueron los encargados de firmar el nuevo Tratado, que proporcionará a la UE instituciones modernas, y métodos de trabajos optimizados y más eficaces.

Según está previsto, el Tratado entrará en vigor el 1 de enero de 2009, una vez que sea ratificado por todos los Estados miembro de la UE. El proceso de ratificación será una de las prioridades de la Presidencia eslovena durante los próximos seis meses. No hay nada mejor que predicar con el ejemplo, y Eslovenia ya ha puesto en marcha los procedimientos de ratificación con el fin de confirmar el documento en enero de 2008.

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Highlights - november 2007

Türk to Challenge Peterle in Slovenian Runoff Presidential Election

Official results from Slovenia's presidential elections show that former United Nations diplomat Danilo Türk will face the country's former Prime Minister Lojze Peterle in the November 11th run-off vote. Peterle won the first round on 21st October with 28.73 per cent just ahead of two left-wing candidates: Türk and Gaspari, who were neck-and-neck with 24.47 per cent and 24.09 per cent, respectively. Votes from abroad seem to have played a decisive role.

Zmago Jelinčič Plemeniti got 19.16 per cent, Darko Kranjc 2.18, Elena Pečarič 0.90 and Monika Piberl 0.48 per cent. Electoral registers included 1.696.473 Slovenian citizens eligible for voting. In the first round, 991.708 voters cast their votes. It was the lowest turnout on record in a Slovenian presidential poll, at 57.04 per cent.

Close results put the spotlight on the state electoral commission's new regulations regarding the electoral procedure for Slovenians living abroad and the system has officially been called into question by Elena Pečarič.

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