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Opposition Wants Constitutional Review of Voting from Abroad

Ljubljana, 18 June - Four opposition deputy groups have asked the Constitutional Court to review an article of the National Assembly election act that regulates how Slovenian citizens living outside the country cast their vote in general election.

Ljubljana
Zares deputy Davorin Tercon (left), LDS deputy Jozef Skolc (second from left), SD deputy Miran Potrc (second from right) and SNS deputy Zmago Jelincic (right) at a press conference on their demand for constitutional review of Natinal Assembly election act.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Zares deputy Davorin Tercon (left), LDS deputy Jozef Skolc (second from left), SD deputy Miran Potrc (second from right) and SNS deputy Zmago Jelincic (right) at a press conference on their demand for constitutional review of Natinal Assembly election act.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Zares deputy Davorin Tercon (left), LDS deputy Jozef Skolc (second from left), SD deputy Miran Potrc (second from right) and SNS deputy Zmago Jelincic (right) at a press conference on their demand for constitutional review of Natinal Assembly election act.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Zares deputy Davorin Tercon (left), LDS deputy Jozef Skolc (second from left), SD deputy Miran Potrc (second from right) and SNS deputy Zmago Jelincic (right) at a press conference on their demand for constitutional review of Natinal Assembly election act.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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