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SDS+SLS win EU vote, but conservative bloc slips

Ljubljana, 27 May - The conservative list of the Democrats (SDS) and People's Party (SLS) won Sunday's EU election in Slovenia ahead of two leftist coalition parties, but the conservative bloc lost some ground overall as voters delivered a mixed message that was neither a rejection of politics-as-usual nor an embrace of populism.

Ljubljana
Newly elected MEPs from left to right: Milan Zver of the SDS, Ljudmila Novak of the NSi, Milan Brglez and Tanja Fajon of the SD, Klemen Grošelj and Irena Joveva of the LMŠ, Franc Bogovič of the SLS and Romana Tomc of the SDS.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
Newly elected MEPs from left to right: Milan Zver of the SDS, Ljudmila Novak of the NSi, Milan Brglez and Tanja Fajon of the SD, Klemen Grošelj and Irena Joveva of the LMŠ, Franc Bogovič of the SLS and Romana Tomc of the SDS.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Newly elected MEPs from left to right: Milan Zver of the SDS, Ljudmila Novak of the NSi, Milan Brglez and Tanja Fajon of the SD, Klemen Grošelj and Irena Joveva of the LMŠ, Franc Bogovič of the SLS and Romana Tomc of the SDS.
Photo: Anže Malovrh/STA

Ljubljana
Newly elected MEPs from left to right: Milan Zver of the SDS, Ljudmila Novak of the NSi, Milan Brglez and Tanja Fajon of the SD, Klemen Grošelj and Irena Joveva of the LMŠ, Franc Bogovič of the SLS and Romana Tomc of the SDS.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
Newly elected MEPs from left to right: Milan Zver of the SDS, Ljudmila Novak of the NSi, Milan Brglez and Tanja Fajon of the SD, Klemen Grošelj and Irena Joveva of the LMŠ, Franc Bogovič of the SLS and Romana Tomc of the SDS.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

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