The Slovenia Times

Opposition wants Interior minister to go


Gorenak rejects any blame on the part of his ministry. He said Friday that the interpelation would be a welcome opportunity for him to explain his arguments in detail.

Representatives of the largest party announced the interpelation on Friday after meeting Gorenak to hear his explanations of the disappearance of signatures.

According to PS deputy Jani Möderndorfer, the party decided to go ahead with the interpelation because the minister failed to explain sufficiently how some 400 signatures disappeared between the National Assembly and the Interior Ministry.

Coalition Democrats (SDS), the People's Party (SLS) and New Slovenia (NSi) refused to comment on the interpelation until it is formally filed, while Citizens' List (DL) said they would wait until all investigations into the signature loss are complete. The Pensioners' Party (DeSUS) said outright they would not support the ousting motion.

Opposition Social Democrats (SD) will meanwhile wait until Gorenak explains his arguments.


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