Vecer Comments on Problems Related with Electoral Legislation

Maribor, 5 July - The situation concerning the electoral system is not unexpected. It has been two years since Matevz Krivic, at the time still a constitutional judge, presented a separate stance on the controversial rule passed by the Constitutional Court, in which he stated that "there is not even a simple majority in the parliament to change electoral legislation, let alone the necessary two-thirds majority". At the time still a member of the Constitutional Court, Peter Jambrek voiced a different view, calling Krivic's statement a poorly camouflaged attempt to incite the Slovene public (or better, the parliament) to disrespect the Constitutional Court rule and thus an activity on the thin line that separates the rule of law from revolutionary rule, the Maribor daily reminds its readership in Wednesday's issue.

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