Slovenian populist Janez Jansa is also known as a fan of Donald Trump.Marshall tweeted”, He was on the verge of reaching a particularly low result in Sunday’s elections compared to his direct rival, Robert Colop, who led the opposition movement, which focused on the environment.
With 80% of the vote counted, Golop received 33% and Jansa 25% of the vote.
As the two left parties promised during the campaign that they would not ally with Jansa, Golop must decide to form a government.
The turnout in the elections was particularly high: it was expected to be close to 70% above the national average. The high turnout was seen in favor of Robert Colop.
Golob, former chairman of Gen-I, the state-owned energy company that launches green energy projects, seized power in January with a small pro-environmental party without parliamentary representation, aiming for 2% to 3% of the vote.
The candidate was able to get more support Turn the campaign into a referendum on Jansa And with its more dictatorial style of government – with Pressure on the mediaConflicts with civil society organizations, the judiciary and the European Attorney’s Office, for attempting to practically forgive certain fraud and corruption offenses.
Reuters heard that some people who voted for Lublazna said change was needed. “We do not want these politicians to be in power anymore,” said the 58-year-old voter. “We need new faces, we need nature and stability,” he declared.
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