MPs from SLS+SKD Have Passed Vote of No-Confidence on Prime Minister, Says SDS Official
Ljubljana, 24 July - By backing changes to Article 80 of the Constitution in a bid to enact an improved version of the proportional representation electoral system, MPs from the SLS+SKD Slovene People's Party actually passed a vote of no-confidence on Prime Minister Andrej Bajuk, and thus "created conditions in which he will find it difficult to work", said Vice President of the coalition Social Democratic Party (SDS) Milan Zver at a press conference on Monday.
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