Dnevnik: It's Nice to Be Prime Minister

Appearing to be a down-to-earth man, Prime Minister Andrej Bajuk will hardly have any say in choosing his ministers when he is just an extra in a personnel war. Those who pushed him into this mess have no good intentions with him. If they actually wanted him to be Prime Minister they would not have made him form a government only a few months before general elections after they have overthrown the government, which was successful and useful in the eyes of both the Slovene and foreign public, the daily Dnevnik writes on Tuesday.

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