Justice Minister Goran Klemenčič will take part in an informal meeting of EU interior and justice ministers which will be dedicated to the fight on terrorism.
The National Assembly will end its plenary by setting up a parliamentary inquiry commission looking into the responsibility of politicians for the costly investment in the Šoštanj power station. It will also vote at first reading on the fiscal rule bill; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 10 AM.
Infrastructure Minister Peter Gašperšič and MEPs Franc Bogovič (SLS/EPP), Romana Tomc and Patricija Šulin (both EPP/SDS) and Igor Šoltes (Greens/Believe) will visit energy company GEN energija. They will speak to the press together with the company boss at 11:45 AM; Gen energija HQ, Vrbina 17.
The Environment and Spatial Planning Ministry and the National Institute for Nature Conservation will hold a news conference ahead of the 2 February World Wetlands Day. Slovenia has three wetlands of international importance; National Institute for Nature Conservation, Tobačna ulica 5, 11 AM.
The STA English Service will run a feature looking at the situation one year after a massive ice-storm crippled virtually the entire country for several days; 7 PM.
The Civil Society for Just Slovenia will present to the press a nomination of Slovenian missionary in Madagascar Pedro Opeka for the Nobel Peace Prize 2015; Slovenian World Congress, Cankarjeva 1, noon.
A ceremony will be held to mark 22 years of the 430th naval division, to be attended by Major General Andrej Osterman, chief of the general staff of the Slovenian Armed Forces.
The My Fair Lady musical directed by French Paul-Emile Fourny will open at the SNG Maribor 25 years after it was first staged in Maribor; theatre house SNG Maribor, Slovenska ulica 27, 7:30 PM.
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A night slalom against the backdrop of torches will kick-start the 23rd edition of the Magical Kingdom of King Matjaž, a popular competition in building snow castles; until 2 February.