Slovenian PM resigns, wants snap elections

VIENNA: Slovenian Prime Minister Marjan Sarec on Monday tendered his resignation to parliament, calling for early elections.

“With this coalition, this situation in parliament, I cannot fulfill the expectations of the people,” Sarec told a news conference. “I would be able to fulfill them after an election.” Just before his decision to step down, national news agency STA reported the resignation of Finance Minister Andrej Bertoncelj over “possible losses of the country’s health system.” Sarec has been in power since 2018.

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