Večer wonders whether Slovenia could get woman president
Ljubljana, 18 June - As Marta Kos, a vice president of the ruling Freedom Movement, and ex-Information Commissioner Nataša Pirc Musar are considering running for president, Večer wonders whether Slovenia will get its first woman president when incumbent Borut Pahor's second five-year term runs out in December and he cannot stand for a third term.
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