Results of the EU-mandated stress tests and asset quality reviews the Slovenian central bank has ordered for eight banks are expected to be published. The results are to be presented by FinMin Uroš Čufer and central bank governor Boštjan Jazbec at a news conference.
The cabinet will meet for its weekly session at which it will expectedly review the results of the EU-mandated stress tests at eight Slovenian banks and possibly take a decision on the recapitalisation of banks; Govt HQ, Gregorčičeva 20.
The National Assembly will convene an emergency session to debate an opposition-sponsored motion to oust Interior Minister Gregor Virant. The debate is expected to take around 16 hours; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, noon.
Bread and pasta group Žito will speak to the press about its 2013 operating results and plans for next year; Žito HQ, Šmartinska 154, 10 AM.
EU ministers in charge of transport, telecommunications and energy will meet. The session is expected to be attended by Infrastructure and Spatial Planning Minister Samo Omerzel. He is to meet Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger alongside ministers of five other member states cooperating on the South Stream gas pipeline project.
Slovenian football champions Maribor will play Wigan Athletic of England in their last match of the group D play in the UEFA Europa League. The match will decide whether Maribor proceed to the knock-out stage of the competition for the first time; Ljudski vrt stadium, 7 PM.