The three most popular domestic websites among Slovenian internet users are the information services 24and Siol.net, and the classified ads service In August 2015 these websites were visited by 46.7 per cent, 36.9 per cent and 36 per cent of internet users, respectively. 'The overview of the top 10 publishers in Slovenia has been more or less similar for quite some time.(municipality) is Slovenia’s local administrative unit. The country is divided into hundreds of municipalities, about a dozen of which have the status of urban municipality.A popularly elected mayor, municipal council, and supervisory committee govern each municipality.was created in 2004 to tackle the underrepresentation of women in political decision-making.This act made it mandatory to have a minimum of 40% of each gender as candidates for European elections (Article 15).The Constitutional Court is the highest body of judicial authority and upholds the constitutionality and legality of the legislative acts.Judges are elected by the National Assembly after nomination by the 11-member Judicial Council.
and the Resolution on the National Programme for Equal Opportunities for Women and Men (see below for details on these acts).
It’s a story full of naked ambition, stunning beauty, a shockingly Trump-like dad, and even some family secrets. “It was completely different than it is now,” Melania Trump tells me, recalling those bygone days of sanity, speaking in her now famous accent, a kind of dreamy Transylvanian.
Back then, in 2005, it didn’t seem odd that she and Donald Trump would mark their happy occasion with the former president and First Lady, then a senator from New York.
Population of women: 1,035,500/2,024,900 Life expectancy of women (at birth): 83 School life expectancy for women: 18 Women's adult literacy: 100% Unemployment of women: 4.9% Women engaged in economic activity: 53% Slovenia became an independent state in 1991 and has since been recognized as one of the most politically and economically stable states to emerge from the former Yugoslavia.
The Republic of Slovenia operates under a democratic parliamentary system and joined the European Union on May 1, 2004.