LJUBLJANA – In Slovenia, Sunday the polling stations opened for the parliamentary elections. Some 1.7 million Slovenians are allowed to cast their vote.
The right-conservative opposition leader Janez Jansa (the photo on the left) is expected with a third of the votes win the elections.
Although the current liberal government leader Miro Cerar, the small EU – and NATO-country out of the economic crisis has piloted, all of the polls have him much chance. The right-conservative opposition leader Janez Jansa is expected with a third of the votes win the elections. He wants his party SDS of a strict anti-immigration policy to make, to the example of neighboring Hungary.
According to polls, for the party of Jansa to be difficult coalition partners.
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