Slovenia’s President Borut Pahor received on Wednesday, the new parliamentary speaker of the country, Matej Tonin. After their meeting, he announced that from next Monday on, he would begin the first round of coalition talks with the political parties.
STA points out and explains that “If the positions are not clear after that, Pahor, responsible for naming a PM-designate, will repeat the talks at the end of the week.
Pahor will be able to talk to the party deputy groups once all are formed and appoint their leaders. All are expected to conclude this process today.”
Although there are some deputy group leaders who appeared to need more time to consider possible coalition talks and the person who will become the state’s next premier, Borut Pahor has refused to allow more time to go by, “wishing to prevent a protracted forming of government.”
Thus, the beginning of the coming week will find him conducting the talks he has planned and is expected to act according to developments…. / IBNA