Slovenia will hold parliamentary elections on April 24 – POLITICO

On Wednesday, Slovenia’s president officially set the country’s parliamentary elections for April 24.

The election will serve as a re-election campaign for far-right Slovenians Prime Minister Janez Jansa, often a thorn in the side of the EU. While Jansa’s The Slovenian Democratic Party currently leads with 24% in the polls, according to POLITICO’s poll, the centre-left Green Freedom Movement has jumped to 20% in recent months.

President Borut Pahor announcement the date of the elections on Twitter.

Slovenia’s fragmented party landscape means smaller parties could play a vital role in supporting a coalition government. Currently, opposition parties are collectively performing better Janša’s minority government parties in the polls, but potential coalition deals make the outcome difficult to predict.

The election campaign officially starts on March 24.


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