Pirate Party wants to limit mayoral terms

Ljubljana, 20 June - The non-parliamentary Pirate Party and the Left, a junior coalition party, filed over 5,000 signatures to the National Assembly on Tuesday launching a procedure for changes to the Local Elections Act that would limit mayors to a maximum of two consecutive four-year terms in office.

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The Pirate Party and the Left filing 5,000 signatures in favour of changes to the Local Elections Act that would limit the number of mayoral terms.
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The Pirate Party and the Left filing 5,000 signatures in favour of changes to the Local Elections Act that would limit the number of mayoral terms.
Photo: Nace Hočevar/STA

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The Pirate Party and the Left filing 5,000 signatures in favour of changes to the Local Elections Act that would limit the number of mayoral terms.
Photo: Nace Hočevar/STA

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President of the Pirate Party Boštjan Tavčar at the filing of 5,000 signatures in favour of changes to the local elections act that would limit the number of mayoral terms.
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President of the Pirate Party Boštjan tavčar.
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Member of the Pirate Party Urša Orehek.
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The Left's MP Milan Jakopovič.
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Member of the Left Urška Honzak.
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The Pirate Party's secretary Jasmin Feratović at the filing of 5,000 signatures in favour of changes to the Local Elections Act that would limit the number of mayoral terms.
Photo: Nace Hočevar/STA

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