NSi Displeased with Political Developments in Slovenia
Ljubljana, 6 January - The past year has seen no changes in the work of the ruling coalition, Andrej Bajuk, leader of the opposition New Slovenia (NSi) was critical in an interview for STA, saying that the voting machinery voted down even good proposals tabled by the opposition. Confident that serious work and firm principles pay out, Bajuk expects his party to swell its ranks in parliament in autumn and its top candidate for European election to muster sufficient support in June.
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