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Slovenia: Jansa's government obtains Parliament's confidence

13. February 2012. | 10:48

Source: ANSAmed

As local media reported, 50 Mps out of the 82 present MPs (the total number of members of parliament is 90) voted in favour of the new government, ten against it and the others just abstained from voting.

In Slovenia, the Prime Minister Janez Jansa new centre-right government has obtained the Parliament's confidence.

As local media reported, 50 Mps out of the 82 present MPs (the total number of members of parliament is 90) voted in favour of the new government, ten against it and the others just abstained from voting.

The Parliament had already voted two weeks ago, passing Jans's appointment as Prime Minister. Janez Jansa, who had already led the Slovenian government from 2004 to 2008, was able to form a coalition of five centre-right parties, although he had lost the early elections on December 4th last year.

Winner Zoran Jankovic did not succeed in creating a centre-left coalition, even if he had gained 28% of the votes against Jansa's 26%, so the Parliament had assigned the task to Jansa.

''Ours is an anti-crisis government", Jansa told the MPs after the confidence vote. The Prime Minister said that his main three goals are to consolidating the state's finances, fostering growth and creating employment.

The new government consists of 12 ministers from the five parties: Jansa's Democratic Party (Sds, Conservative) with four ministries (Ministry of the Interiors, Ministry of Infrastructure, Ministry of Labour, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture); Independent List of the liberal centrist Gregor Virant (Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Justice); Pensioners' Party (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Healthcare); Slovenia People's Party (Sls, right, Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Agriculture) and New Slovenia (Nsi, Christin-Democrats; Ministry of Defence and Ministry for Slovenians Abroad).


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