Friction is evident in relations among the parties of Slovenia’s governing coalition. Possibly fueling the problems are the upcoming national elections – the players are seeking to establish separate identities in voters’ minds by STAN MARKOTICH ON THE SURFACE, THE Slovenian government appears to be in some trouble, if not dire straits. Prime Minister Janez […]

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