Nothing Will Be the Same, If Kucan Forms His Own Party, Says Political Analyst

Ljubljana, 26 January - In an interview for the Saturday edition of Delo, Dr Vlado Miheljak, an expert on Slovene politics from the Ljubljana Faculty of Social Sciences, commented the current balance of power in Slovenia, focusing on the LSD as the strongest political party, touching on the possibility of Milan Kucan establishing his party once his term of President of Slovenia expires, and the scenario which would see Janez Drnovsek, LDS President and Prime Minister, stand for Kucan's successor. Miheljak also touched on Slovenia's bid to join NATO.

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