LDS Suggests PM to Break Coalition Agreement with SKD; Government Crisis Ahaed?

Ljubljana, 19 May - TOPIC/WEEK
Following the vote of no-confidence that opposition parties aided by the Slovene Christian Democrats (SKD) adopted Thursday, 16 May, for Foreign Minister Zoran Thaler, Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek's Liberal-Christian government is facing chances of falling apart. Immediately after the interpellation was passed, Prime Minister Drnovšek estimated Slovenia was "practically entering the period of a minority government", stressing that in deciding whether to break the coalition agreement he would primarily consider means to ensure normal functioning of the government till the elections in October or November this year.

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