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The National Assembly will continue the debate on the mini judiciary reform as it scrutinises changes to the state prosecution act and the free legal aid act. The MPs will also debate changes to the foreigners act, but the vote is scheduled for Monday; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 9 AM.
Infrastructure Minister Peter Gašperšič will attend a session of EU ministers responsible for energy which will focus on the energy union and energy infrastructure.
The government will meet for its weekly session, at which it is expected to debate measures related to the country's bad bank, the Bank Asset management Company (BAMC); Government Palace, Gregorčičeva 20, 10 AM.
The Employment Service will release registered unemployment figures for February; at the end of last month, the number of registered unemployed in Slovenia totalled around 122,550, down 1.4% over January and 5.6% over February 2014.
Chair of the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption Boris Štefanec will hold a news conference to present a decision whether the watchdog will repeat supervision of SDS leader Janez Janša's assets. He will also present the upgrade of Supervizor, a web-based application providing public insight into the cash flow between the public and private sectors; commission HQ, Dunajska cesta 56, 11 AM.
Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Irena Majcen will pay a working visit to Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc, the Slovenian member of the European Commission.
Germany's Fraport, the new owner of Slovenia's port operator Aerodroma Ljubljana, will hold a news conference alongside Slovenian flag carrier Adria Airways, the Slovenian Economic Development Ministry and the SPIRIT agency for the promotion of entrepreneurship, innovation, development, investment and tourism on the sidelines of the Berlin travel fair; 10:30 AM.
A conference on a green cohesion policy in 2014-2020 will be organised by the European Greens in the European Parliament in collaboration with the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS) and the Association of Municipalities of Slovenia; GZS HQ, Dimičeva 13, 9 AM.
Industrial conglomerate Hidria will hold a news conference to present innovative technological solutions developed at its Technology Centre in Koper to mark 60 years of motorcycle company Tomos; Hidria Technology Centre, Šmarska cesta 4, 11 AM.
The Sociology Association will hold a debate on the efficiency of state institutions in ensuring gender equality. Parliamentary Speaker Milan Brglez and Human Rights Ombudsman Vlasta Nussdorfer will deliver the introductory addresses; City Museum, Gosposka 15, 1 PM.
A pre-trial hearing will start in an abuse of office case featuring real estate developer Jože Andrelič and former Hypo Bank executive Andrej Oblak; Ljubljana District Court, Tavčarjeva 9, 9 AM.
President Borut Pahor will visit the municipality of Ljutomer to attend the opening of a secondary school debate tournament and meet local officials. He will speak to the press at 4:15 PM at Franc Miklošič Gymnasium, Prešernova ulica 34-
An exhibition of acclaimed painter Božidar Jakac (1899-1989) "From Novo mesto to Prague and back" will open at Galerija 22 in Novi trg square, 5:30 PM.
Slovenian choreographer of international renown Iztok Kovač will have his new show "Beware Dance 2: Return of the Legends" open at the Španski borci arts centre; Zaloška 61, 8 PM.
The birthplace of Alojz Srebotnjak (1931-2010) will pay tribute to the composer with a concert featuring Zdravko Pleše on the violin and Denys Masliuk on the piano; Postojna Arts Centre, Gregorčičev drevored 2, 6:30 PM.
The 16th Red Dawns international feminist and queer festival will get under way at the Metelkova arts centre; until 8 March; AKC Metelkova mesto, 6 PM.
The Journal for the Critique of Science (Slovenian: Časopis za kritiko znanosti) will launch an issue dedicated entirely to China entitled China: A Big Jump into Globalisation (Kitajska: Velik skok v globalizacijo); Faculty of Arts, Aškerčeva cesta 2, 5 PM.