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Gaspari for STA: Politicians Cannot Dictate Reconciliation

Ljubljana, 6 August - Mitja Gaspari, the former central bank governor who has decided to stand in the autumn presidential poll, does not think the Constitution should be changed over presidential powers. He also believes that politicians cannot dictate reconciliation, but that people must reconcile of their own accord. The man who served as finance minister in two Slovenian governments has doubts about the planned EUR 750m entertainment resort in western Slovenia, while as a president he would decorate Stane Kavcic, head of the Slovenian government in the early 1970s.

Ljubljana
Mitja Gaspari, a former central bank governor who will be standing in the autumn presidential election as an independent, while enjoying the support of the opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Mitja Gaspari, a former central bank governor who will be standing in the autumn presidential election as an independent, while enjoying the support of the opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Mitja Gaspari, a former central bank governor who will be standing in the autumn presidential election as an independent, while enjoying the support of the opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Mitja Gaspari, a former central bank governor who will be standing in the autumn presidential election as an independent, while enjoying the support of the opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Mitja Gaspari, a former central bank governor who will be standing in the autumn presidential election as an independent, while enjoying the support of the opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Mitja Gaspari, a former central bank governor who will be standing in the autumn presidential election as an independent, while enjoying the support of the opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS), talking to STA.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Mitja Gaspari, a former central bank governor who will be standing in the autumn presidential election as an independent, while enjoying the support of the opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS).
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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