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SLS and Greens sign letter of intent for EU, general elections

Ljubljana, 21 January - Two right-leaning non-parliamentary parties, the People's Party (SLS) and the Greens, have signed a letter of intent pledging to cooperate in their bid to enter the European Parliament as well as Slovenian parliament. The document was signed by the party leaders, Marjan Podobnik and Andrej Čuš, in Ljubljana on Monday.

Ljubljana
People's Party (SLS) leader Marjan Podobnik and Greens leader Andrej Čuš shake hands at the SLS seat after they sign a letter of intent to stand jointly in the elections to the European Parliament.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Former Constitutional Court judge Ernest Petrič turns down People's Party's (SLS) offer to stand on the party's list for the EU elections.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
The new leader of the People's Party (SLS) Marjan Podobnik, who also ran the party in 1992-2000.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
People's Party (SLS) leader Marjan Podobnik and Greens leader Andrej Čuš at the SLS seat signing a letter of intent to stand jointly in the elections to the European Parliament.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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