Jansa Says SDS Would Support Rop if His Programme is "Considerably Different"
Ljubljana, 1 December - The opposition Social Democrats (SDS) will listen closely to what Anton Rop, the most likely prime minister-designate, will have to say, SDS head Janez Jansa said. If his programme for the future is "considerably different from what the LDS has been doing so far", we can "talk about support", he noted. If the agenda is "the continuation of what we have seen so far", SDS will not support Rop as prime minister.
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