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Positions on Confidence Vote Split Along Party Lines

Ljubljana, 19 November - The positions of parliamentary parties on the vote of confidence for the government of prime Minister Janez Jansa are split firmly along party lines, with the coalition deputy groups endorsing Jansa's opinion and the opposition decrying the prime minister's arguments as unfounded.

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SDS lawmaker Joze Tanko.
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SDS lawmaker Joze Tanko.
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Ljubljana
SDS vice-president MIlan Zver.
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Ljubljana
SDS vice-president MIlan Zver.
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SDS vice-president MIlan Zver.
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LDS president Katarina Kresal (left) and Zares president Gregor Golobic.
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LDS president Katarina Kresal (left) and Zares president Gregor Golobic.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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LDS president Katarina Kresal.
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Zares president Gregor Golobic (left) and SLS president Bojan Srot.
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Ljubljana, DZ.
Seja DZ o zaupnici vladi.
Predsednik Zares Gregor Golobič, predsednik SD Borut Pahor in predsednik SLS Bojan Šrot.
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SD president Borut Pahor (right) and SLS president Bojan Srot.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
SD president Borut Pahor (right) and SLS president Bojan Srot.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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