Miro Cerar, Jurist with a Mission to Repair the Image of Slovenia's Rule of Law
Ljubljana, 25 August - Miro Cerar, 51, was endorsed as Slovenia's ninth prime minister-elect on Monday and now has 15 days to form what would be Slovenia's 12th government since independence. Long close to politics, the constitutional jurist moved to the centre stage as the party bearing his name won the 13 July general election in a landslide a month after inception.
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