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SLOVENIA: Jansa likely to survive no-confidence vote

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The center-right coalition government led by Prime Minister Janez Jansa (Slovenian Democratic Party, SDS) will likely survive the motion of no confidence scheduled for 15 February. The vote’s outcome will increase the probability of the SDS-led cabinet lasting until the end of the term in mid-2022. It could also encourage the government to deepen its illiberal agenda and rhetoric. On the other hand, if the motion succeeds, the leader of the Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia (DeSUS), Karl Erjavec, will get a chance to form a wide center-left coalition government. The motion was init
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