SLOVENIAN PRESS REVIEW
Ljubljana, 14 May - VEČER: SPITING IN THE WIND - An average Slovenian citizen (voter) is not particularly interested in the parliamentary standing orders responsible for yesterday's failed attempt by which Dr. Drnovšek was to take executive power. He is only interested in his own "subsistence" which is much more of an issue during a period of "anarchy" then under even the most "red rule" which is supposedly being proposed at present. The voter knows for certain that Peterle's team is dead and that it should be replaced, a fact that even Mr. Starman's (or Mr. Podobnik's and Peterle's Demos) supporters do not dare to publicly oppose it, writes Mirko Lorenzi.
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