Slovenia faces prospect of early election after NSI quits talks

FILE PHOTO: People board a bus of "List of Marjan Sarec" party (LMS) for general elections in Kamnik, Slovenia, May 31, 2018. REUTERS/Borut Zivulovic/File Photo

LJUBLJANA (Reuters) – Slovenia faced the prospect of early elections after the conservative New Slovenia (NSI) party pulled out of coalition talks late on Monday, blaming divisions between the six movements taking part. NSI leader Matej Tonin said “potential conflicts” had emerged between the parties trying to form a government just over a month after […]

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