Analyst: Pahor president of all Slovenians, to a fault
Ljubljana, 21 December - Looking back at the ten-year presidency of Borut Pahor, analyst Luka Lisjak Gabrijelčič says Pahor had been the first one to really try to be the president of all Slovenians, although he failed to recognise that the decision for neutrality was also political and that ultimately backfired. He was respected and "preserved Slovenia's dignity abroad".
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