Candidacies have been submitted by 25 lists, of which some will not compete in all eight electoral units
4 May The election campaign officially begins.
29, 30 and 31 May Early voting is organised at the headquarters of local electoral commissions.
30 May Voters wishing to cast their vote in a district other than the one where they are registered need to notify the local commission by this date. This also applies to those with permanent residence abroad but wishing to vote in Slovenia.
1 June End of the election campaign.
2 June A two-day ban on any form of election campaigning, termed election blackout, sets in.
3 June Election day. Polls open at 7 AM and close at 7 PM.
4 June Local election commissions count the votes cast by post in Slovenia.
11 June The results are declared of the votes cast by post from abroad.
12-19June The final official results are determined and published in a final report.
20 days after being elected, the new parliament has to hold its constituent sitting.
Within 30 days after the constituent sitting, the country's president proposes a candidate for prime minister.
A vote on the prime minister designate is taken in a time frame of at least 48 hours to a maximum of 7 days after the nomination.
The prime minister nominates a cabinet team within 15 days after appointment. The government gets a mandate if more than two thirds of the proposed ministers are confirmed by parliament.