MPs Dobrajc and Salmic Explain Their Decision to Vote "For" Bajuk Government

Ljubljana, 7 June - Two MPs, who are not members of the parties forming the new Slovene government, explained their decision to back the Bajuk government before the parliament proceeded to taking a vote. Given that the SLS+SKD Slovene People's Party and the SDS only have 44 MPs in the 90-seat parliament, the two votes given by these two independent MPs were decisive in appointing the new government.

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