ljubljana - In Slovenia, the polling stations were opened for parliamentary elections on Sunday. About 1.7 million Slovenians are allowed to vote.
Although the current liberal government leader Miro Cerar has piloted the small EU and NATO country out of the economic crisis, all the polls do not give him much chance. The right-wing conservative opposition leader Janez Jansa is expected to win the elections with a third of the votes. He wants to conduct a strict anti-migration policy with his SDS party, following the example of neighboring Hungary.
According to opinion polls, it will be difficult for Jansa's party to find coalition partners.
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