If the words of the most fiery MPs, that is the defenders of Perterle’s rule, who at the last session of the Slovenian parliament on 22 April this year fiercely opposed the choice of Janez Drnovsek as premier are to be believed, then the actual ruling coalition elected as President of the Slovenian government a […]

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