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Analyses | | Marta Szpala
Seven groupings will be represented in parliament, and none of the political blocs will have a stable majority. The turnout was 64.81%, which was unusually high for Slovenia.
Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski
After the collapse of the Borut Pahor government, caused by a dispute within the coalition over the pension scheme reform, Slovenia is awaiting a snap election on 4 December. The most likely winner of the elections seems to be the…
Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski
The main reason for the government's downfall was the dispute within the coalition about the shape of the pension scheme reform and personal infighting. Slovenia is facing early elections on 4 December. Despite the breakdown of the…
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The centre-left cabinet led by Borut Pahor has lost its majority in the Slovenian parliament since the Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia (DeSUS) left the government coalition on 9 May. The break-up of the government coalition…
Analyses |
The heads of government of Croatia and Slovenia and the president of Serbia signed a memorandum regarding economic co-operation in other countries on 1 April in Smederevo, Serbia. Another meeting of the leader of these post-…