Janez Janša writes a letter to Ursula von der Leyen where he avoids accusations of stifling press and democracy and says it’s all communists’ fault anyhow.
Karl Erjavec made a comeback as DeSUS leader a is now making a play for the post of Slovenian prime minister. End-of-the-year fireworks in Muddy Hollows guaratneed
PM Janša writes a drivel-laden letter to EU leaders complaining about rule of law regulation against Poland and Hungary only days after his country voted in favour of the same regulation.
In the immediate aftermath of the Iran Crisis, Slovenian politicians again demonstrated a distinct lack of situational awareness, talking at length and categorically when they should be hedging their bets and vice versa.
You may have missed it, but Luxembourg held its legislatives Sunday last. The politics of the tiny European country are not all that important for this blog (although pengovsky does dabble in Luxembourg over at Luxventures podcast, do check it out), but for some reason the Grand Duchy did catch the attention of the SDS … Continue reading Bashing Luxembourg, Janša Goes Off At The Deep End