Parliament is expected to continue its extraordinary session with debate on the ousting motion for Interior Minister Gregor Virant and on several pieces of legislation, including a new energy bill; Parliament House, Šubičeva 4, 10 AM.
Outgoing Health Minister Tomaž Gantar, who has recently resigned, will hand the office over to FM Karl Erjavec, who will run the Health Ministry until a full-fledged minister is appointed, but not more than three months; Health Ministry, Štefanova 5, 9:30 AM.
The supervisory board of port operator Luka Koper is expected to select two candidates to fill two vacancies on the management board; chief supervisor Alenka Žnidaršič Kranjc is to speak to the press after the session; Luka Koper HQ, Vojkovo nabrežje 38, 1 PM.
Agriculture and Environment Ministry State Secretary Adreja Jerina will attend a session of the EU Environment Council, which will discuss the EU's policy on GMOs.
The achievements of the European Social Fund programme for 2007-2013 and future challenges will be presented. Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Minister Anja Kopač Mrak is also expected to be on hand; Gospodarsko razstavišče, Dunajska cesta 18, 9:30 AM.
The foundation stone for a new emergency ward in Celje will be laid, presumably in the presence of outgoing Health Minister Tomaž Gantar and Celje Bishop Stanislav Lipovšek; Celje Hospital, Oblakova 5, 1 PM.
An ad-hoc group called "The Coalition Against Corruption", backed by some of the major groupings of last winter's protests, will hold a rally against corruption, and against privatisation as an alleged solution; Congress Square, 5 PM.
The Maribor Art Gallery will host an international symposium on socialist art between ideology and identity, with philosopher Lev Kreft delivering the opening lecture dubbed Totalitarianism and Art; the Gallery, Strossmayerjeva 6, 11 AM.
The annual international sLOVErotika erotic fair will get under way, running until Sunday; fairgrounds Celjski sejem, Dečkova 1, 5 PM.