13 December 1996 SLOVENIA’S NATIONAL ASsembly has 90 seats. Early projections showed the Liberal Democratic Party (LDS) winning 25 seats, with Marjan Podobnik’s Slovenian People’s Party in second, gaining 19, and Janez Jansa’s Social Democratic Party of Slovenia in third with 16. Coming in fourth in terms of popular vote was a former LDS coalition […]

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