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PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, March 26, 1992

Ljubljana, 26 March - DELO: PRIME MINISTER GAMES KNOW NO BORDERS - We Slovenians are used to political shocks but after the failure on Monday's meeting of the middle coalition we had one that surprised us when, without hardly any break in between, two candidates were proposed as new prime minsters: Dr. Janez Drnovšek and Igor Bavčar. A good month ago Lojze Peterle signified as unserious the proposal of the independent in their efforts to reach a constructive vote of no confidence with Marko Voljč, now he will be able to be even more ironic, because after all that has been happening between parties lately, things do not seem to be the best for the new candidates. Dealing left and right, the middle coalition, fibbing, all are facts which speak to support this supposition. In the preparations for the first parliamentarian elections many proposed that we should first get a picture of the Slovenian political environment first. That they were right is shown today, when we know nothing more or, judging by the latest events, even less than at the time when the majority coalition and opposition was quite clearly drawn. But parliamentary and governmental firmness is associated just with this picture, all the rest are games without a satisfactory number of players, writes Jana Taškar.

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