SDS wins EU election as right wing gets five MEPs

Ljubljana, 10 June - The opposition Democratic Party (SDS) has won the EU election in Slovenia and will get four of the country's nine seats in the European Parliament. The ruling Freedom Movement got two and seat each went to the green party Vesna, the Social Democrats (SD) and the Christian democratic New Slovenia (NSi).

Ljubljana, sedež SDS.
Evropske volitve 2024 in posvetovalni referendumi.
Volilni štab SDS v pričakovanju rezultatov.
Predsednik SDS Janez Janša.
Foto: Daniel Novakovič/STA

EU election and triple referendum ballots.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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