The National Assembly will debate at first reading a bill to implement the fiscal rule, for which the government needs to secure a two-thirds majority; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 9 AM.
The Alpe-Adria tourism fair will open with addresses by Diaspora Minister Gorazd Žmavc, Mayor of Ljubljana Zoran Janković and boss of the exhibition centre Iztok Bricl (noon), to be followed by a talk with Economic Minister Zdravko Počivalšek about a vision for Slovenian tourism (1 PM); exhibition centre Gospodarsko razstavišče, Dunajska 18.
Director general of the National Prison Administration Jože Podržaj will speak to reporters about the details of ex-Istrabenz boss Igor Bavčar's failure to appear in prison yesterday to start serving a five-year sentence; Justice Miistry, Župančičeva ulica 6, 11 AM.
Walter Wolf, who is wanted in Slovenia for the Patria corruption trial, will be questioned by the Canadian authorities, days after he was arrested there on an arrest warrant issued by Slovenia.
TV Slovenija reporter Erik Valenčič is to be questioned by the state prosecution after the Slovenian Intelligence and Security Agency (SOVA) filed a criminal complaint against him as he used a SOVA report on rightist extremist groups in Slovenia in a 2014 documentary.
Regional daily Primorske novice will organise a panel debate on planning in the Slovenian part of the Istrian peninsula, featuring Koper Mayor Boris Popovič, the head of the local unit of the Institute for Nature Conservation and several architects; Tarsia Palace, Ulica OF 12, 6 PM.
A news conference will be held to present an exhibition on Slovenian art 1968-2013 as seen by curator Aleksander Bassin which will open in the Austrian capital of Vienna on 5 February; Association of Visual Artists Ljubljana, Breg 22, 11 AM.
Slovenia will play France in the quarter-finals of the World Men's Handball Championship; Ali Bih Hamad Al Attiya Arena, 7 PM CET.