Slovenia: Anti-immigration party to prioritise 'Slovenians' after election victory

Former Prime Minister and Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS) leader Janez Jansa promised to prioritise Slovenians after his party came out on top during recent elections, in Ljubljana on Sunday evening. «We will never agree to a Slovenian government that neglects the Slovenian people,» Jansa told the party faithful. With nearly all votes counted the anti-immigrant SDS will become the largest... Еще party in the new parliament having secured 25% of the vote. The anti-establishment LMS party of comedian-politician Marjan Sarec got 12 percent, followed by centre-left Social Democrats with 10 percent, and the SMC party of outgoing Prime Minister Miro Cerar at 9 percent. As no party secured an outright majority, a coalition government will have to be formed.

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