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Peterle Cautions against Polarisation in EU Vote

Ljubljana, 27 May - MEP Lojze Peterle, who is standing for another term in the European Parliament for the non-parliamentary New Slovenia (NSi), believes that the biggest parties in Slovenia, the opposition Democrats (SDS) and the ruling Social Democrats (SD), want to present the upcoming elections as another opportunity for polarisation of Slovenia.

Ljubljana.
MEP Lojze Peterle, who is standing for another term in the European Parliament for the non-parliamentary New Slovenia (NSi), talking to STA.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana.
MEP Lojze Peterle, who is standing for another term in the European Parliament for the non-parliamentary New Slovenia (NSi), talking to STA.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana.
MEP Lojze Peterle, who is standing for another term in the European Parliament for the non-parliamentary New Slovenia (NSi), talking to STA.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana.
MEP Lojze Peterle, who is standing for another term in the European Parliament for the non-parliamentary New Slovenia (NSi), talking to STA.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana.
MEP Lojze Peterle, who is standing for another term in the European Parliament for the non-parliamentary New Slovenia (NSi), talking to STA.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana.
MEP Lojze Peterle, who is standing for another term in the European Parliament for the non-parliamentary New Slovenia (NSi), talking to STA.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana.
MEP Lojze Peterle, who is standing for another term in the European Parliament for the non-parliamentary New Slovenia (NSi), talking to STA.
Phto: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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