The government is to meet for a session to debate details of the national budget for 2015; Government Palace, Gregorčičeva 20, 10 AM.
The upper chamber of parliament will vote on a veto against the law on a bank resolution fund and changes to the law on the implementation of the national budgets for 2014 and 2015; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 6 PM.
Hit, Slovenia's No 1 gaming company, will present its 2014 results and mark the 30th anniversary of gaming in the Goriško region, with CEO Dimitrij Piciga on hand; Casion Park, Delpinova 5, 10 AM.
The coalition Social Democrats (SD) will outline a Constitutional Court challenge of the provisions of the 2000 act on fertility treatment that prevent single women from getting in vitro fertilisation, SD, HQ, Levstikova 15, noon.
The new Housing Council, an advisory body to the Infrastructure and Spatial Planning Ministry, will meet behind closed doors for its maiden session to discuss a national housing plan; Infrastructure and Spatial Planning Minister Irena Majcen will also attend; the ministry, Dunajska 47, 2 PM.
President Borut Pahor and Ivan Oman, one of the most prominent personas of Slovenia's independence struggle, will debate Slovenia's independence with secondary school students; Presidential Palace, Erjavčeva 17, 11 AM.
Agriculture, Food and Forestry Minister Dejan Židan will debate with NGOs an ecological farming directive; the ministry, Dunajska 22, 3 PM.
BRDO PRI KRANJU
Justice Minister Goran Klemenčič will host a reception for representatives of the country's judiciary, Brdo Masnion, Predoslje 39, 4 PM.
As part of Hanukkah, Slovenian Jews will publicly light candles in Križevniška Street, with Trieste-based Rabbi Ariel Haddad on hand; in front of Mini teater, Križevniška ulica 1, 5 PM.