Electoral Commission makes general election results official
The report will be published in the Official Gazette and handed to President Borut Pahor on Friday, which will allow him to convene the new parliament.
The maiden session needs to be called within 20 days after the election, meaning for 23 June at the latest.
While the results are final, they face a challenge by a group of non-parliamentary parties that did not make the 4% parliamentary threshold.
The group, which named itself the Committee for Democracy and Equal Opportunities, claims non-parliamentary parties suffered discrimination in the election process, which made the election unfair and illegal.
It announced simultaneous appeals with parliament and the Supreme Court and if necessary also with the Constitutional Court.
Janko Veber, who heads Unity, one of the parties involved, claims the maiden session cannot be held until a decision is taken by the Supreme Court.