Attempt to Limit Presidential Mandate to Two Terms Fails to Get Support
Ljubljana, 30 September - The proposal of a group of opposition MPs that the Constitution should allow an individual to be elected president of the state for only two five-year terms failed to get support at a public debate in parliament on Monday. The majority of those attending supported the existing regulation, which puts a limit on two "consecutive" terms, arguing that it is appropriate and comparable to other European countries.
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