Minority Paper Says Jansa Got No-Confidence Vote
Trieste, 23 September - Sunday's parliamentary election was a clear vote of no confidence to the coalition of Prime Minister Janez Jansa, whose Slovenian Democrats got more votes than four years ago, partly at the expense of his coalition partners, but one MP less, the Slovenian minority paper Primorski dnevnik says on Tuesday.
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