National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Slovenia
Keywords:NGEU, Slovenia, RRP, Covid-19 Pandemic, European Pillar of Social Rights, Social Scoreboard, Country Specific Recommendations, European Semester
The European Commission approved Slovenia’s recovery and resilience plan (RRP) on 1 July 2021. Although the RRP and the partnership agreement and programmes under cohesion policy funds for 2021–2027 took into consideration Country Specific Recommendations and investment guidance sound strategic priorities set at the national level are lacking. Moreover, proposed projects do not take uneven regional distribution sufficiently into account. While the main focus of the RRP lies on the implementation of the so-called green and digital transitions, it also envisages a number of reforms and investments that directly impact the labour market (training, education and pension reform, for example). The goal of this article is to present the reforms in the context of the European Pillar of Social Rights and the Country Specific Recommendations issued within the European Semester.
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