30 July 2000 A day after Slovenia’s newly victorious coalition declared its agreement dead following an internal row over electoral law, President Milan Kucan announced on 27 July that general elections would be held on 15 October, in an attempt to quell what has been six months of intense political uncertainty. Only weeks after its […]

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