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Romana Tomc, Milan Zver, Fanc Bogovič did not back changes to EPP rules of procedures

By: J.S., STA

Three of Slovenia’s four MEPs from the European People’s Party (EPP) did not back changes to the rules of procedure allowing the European People’s Party (EPP) to suspend or exclude a member party from its ranks.

Ljudmila Novak, the fourth Slovenian EPP MEP, voted for the changes, having been one of its proponents. The overhauled internal rules are seen as paving the way to exclude Hungarian PM Viktor Orban’s Fidesz, which already announced its quitting the EPP after the vote.

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