Changes to the Constitution Create Fictitious Democracy, Says Jansa

Ljubljana, 27 July - The recent changes to the constitution have created a fictitious democracy in which some rights are written in the constitution alright and thus formally secured, but cannot be enforced in practice in Slovenia, Janez Jansa, leader of the the ruling Social Democrats (SDS), summarised his party's feeling about institution of proportional representation.

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