Parties relieved radicalism has not prevailed in EU

Ljubljana, 27 May - Judging by the yet incomplete results of European parliamentary elections, Slovenian parties find it will be very difficult to form a strong coalition in the European Parliament. They invariably express relief that radical forces fell short of making significant gains.

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

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