Premier Slovenia stumbles on railway of 27 kilometres

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LJUBLJANA – Slovenian prime minister Miro Cerar has Wednesday night his departure was announced. The supreme court had earlier in the day a line is achieved by the outcome of a referendum on the construction of a 27 km long railway track.

Miro Cerar

Voters gave in september through the referendum the green light for the approximately 1 billion dollar project, that according to opponents was too expensive. The court, however, ruled that the campaign of the government , unilaterally.” The referendum should, therefore, be repeated. There is still no new date announced.

The Slovenian parliamentary elections are planned for June of this year. It is still unclear whether the departure of Cerar means that voters previously registered to vote. The prime minister announced at his post until a new government is formed.

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