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No support yet for electoral law reform

Ljubljana, 17 January - President Borut Pahor and the leaders of parliamentary parties decided on Thursday to draft changes to the electoral law following a Constitutional Court decision before the parliament's summer recess. However, neither the idea to change electoral districts nor the idea to abolish them enjoys enough support.

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor addresses reporters after hosting a meeting with parliamentary parties discussing electoral law reform.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor addresses reporters after hosting a meeting with parliamentary parties discussing electoral law reform.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor addresses reporters after hosting a meeting with parliamentary parties discussing electoral law reform.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor addresses reporters after hosting a meeting with parliamentary parties discussing electoral law reform.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor addresses reporters after hosting a meeting with parliamentary parties discussing electoral law reform.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Maša Kociper from the Alenka Braušek Party (SAB) addresses reporters after a meeting hosted by President Borut Pahor to discuss electoral law reform.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor hosts a meeting with the heads of parliamentary parties to discuss reform of the electoral law.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

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