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Zdravko Počivalšek remains economy minister

By: J.S., STA

The leader of the coalition Modern Centre Party (SMC), Zdravko Počivalšek, told the party he had decided to remain economy minister rather than return to parliament.

This is after an MP of the ruling Democrats (SDS) said last week that Počivalšek returning to parliament to secure the coalition an absolute majority was still an option. The SMC today discussed two potential candidates to replace Lilijana Kozlovič as justice minister, the most likely being Marko Starman, who teaches at the European Faculty of Law at the University of Nova Gorica.

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