Slovenia replaces premier amid battle to avoid bailout

March 2013
Regional Today;03/01/2013, p4
The article announces the decision of Slovenian lawmakers to oust Prime Minister Janez Jansa and appoint Alenka Bratusek as Slovenia's first female premier to quell a political crisis as the country battles a recessions and the threat of needing a bailout.


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