The Slovenia Times

DeSUS Leaves Government Coalition


The council also empowered the party leadership to take part in the preparation of a constructive non-confidence vote to the government and the forming of solutions to the political crisis, DeSUS secretary general Ljubo Jasnič said on the margins of the on-going session of the council.

Party head Karl Erjavec said that meetings discussing the formation of the so-called "project government" would be intensified in the coming days.

"If we do not file for a constructive non-confidence vote at the next regular session of the National Assembly, we will grow distant from that option and draw closer to a snap election," he said.

Erjavec confirmed that DeSUS would get actively involved in the search for a new PM designate. While refusing to reveal any names, he said that a competent person would be found. He added that the party was united on the issue.

Speaking to the press ahead of the session, Erjavec said that the party's wish was that sufficient support was garnered for the non-confidence vote ahead of the next regularly parliament session starting in March.


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