On Friday, 21 August 2020, the Ordinance entered into force, which changed the regime of entering into the Republic of Slovenia from the countries put on the so called “red list” which currently applies also to neighbouring Croatia.From now on, persons entering the territory of the Republic of Slovenia from Croatia will be ordered a 14-day quarantine when crossing the border. However, the Ordinance provides for a wide range of exceptions, including for cross-border daily and weekly labor migrants.
As of Tuesday, 05 May 2020, the courts may again rule, hold hearings and serve court documents also in non-urgent cases, provided that they have taken the precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the infection. Despite the service of court documents, time limits will not continue to run for the time being.
What does the proposal for Intervention Measures on additional liquidity to the economy to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 infectious disease epidemic Act bring?
Legislative proposal for amendment of Act on provisional measures for judicial, administrative and other public matters to cope with the spread of COVID-19