Mixed reactions after NSi quits Šarec-led talks

Ljubljana, 17 July - The decision of the conservative party New Slovenia (NSi) to quit the six-way coalition talks led by election runner-up Marjan Šarec invited mixed reactions on Tuesday with Šarec's party noting that it was up to Janez Janša as the election winner to make a move.

After quitting coalition talks led by Marjan Šarec, New Slovenia leader Matej Tonin (left) resumes government formation talks with Janez Janša (right), while the Left (its leader Luka Mesec pictured in centre ground) is seen as a potential alternative for Šarec to the New Slovenia.
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