Slovenia opposition seeks to topple Cabinet and avoid early vote

February 2013
Regional Today;02/25/2013, p5
The article reports on the plan of Positive Slovenia party, the country's largest opposition party, to ask lawmakers to back its candidate for premier in March 2013 to avert early elections as it seeks to topple the minority government. It is also asking the 90-member Parliament to simultaneously vote in March on ousting Prime Minister Janez Jansa and choosing Alenka Bratusek to lead a new majority government along with former coalition partners who have quit the Cabinet.


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