Večer says coalition talks will not conclude so fast
The coalition-willing sextet is therefore looking for the lowest common denominator, and the latest idea that has been born is a PR-ish idea about a "project coalition", the paper says in Project Government, adding that it sounds altogether like a technocrat government.
The ideologically different parties will try to show that the lowest common denominator is not the opposition to Janša's potential third arrival to power, but the realisation of their pre-election programmes in a situation when the extreme fragmentation of the political space makes it impossible to create a stable government.
The draft of the coalition agreement by Šarec which is circulating in the public confirms this, although there is not enough (neo)liberal programming guidelines of the centre-right New Slovenia (NSi) in the fields of health, finance and economy.
The NSi is a party which the Marjan Šarec List (LMŠ) would like to see in a coalition, now that it has shut its door to the Left. But the LMŠ will have to make huge concessions by the end of the coalition negotiations.