I Wouldn't Refuse a PM Seat, Bajuk Tells Mladina
Ljubljana, 19 April - Andrej Bajuk, leader of the opposition New Slovenia (NSi), is confident that his party will fare better in this year's general elections than it did four years ago when it mustered 9 percent of the vote and 8 seats in parliament. Speaking to Mladina, Bajuk said that the NSi will be targeting 15 percent.
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