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Jansa Says Gov't Should Step Down

Ljubljana, 5 April - Claiming that the government coalition is falling apart and that PM Anton Rop has been served two no-confidence votes with the referendum on the erased and worker protests, Slovenian Democrats (SDS) president Janez Jansa said Monday that the government should step down and early general elections be held in June so that the coalition can "be put out of its misery".

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