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Elections to the Slovenian National Assembly, Part I
by Manuel Álvarez-Rivera

The Republic of Slovenia held an early general election on Sunday, July 13, 2014, following the resignation of Prime Minister Alenka Bratušek, which in turn was triggered by her ouster as leader of the Positive Slovenia party. The proportional representation system used to choose members of the National Assembly - the lower chamber of Slovenia's bicameral legislature - will be reviewed in Part II of this presentation; Slovenia's 2007 Presidential Election and Slovenia's 2008 Parliamentary Election, published on Global Economy Matters in 2007 and 2008, respectively, have an overview of Slovenia's electoral and political party systems at that point in time.

Nationwide results are available here for the following parliamentary elections:

      July 13, 2014       Results      
      December 4, 2011       Results      
      September 21, 2008       Results      
      October 3, 2004       Results      

The election statistics presented in this space come from official results published by Slovenia's State Election Commission, which has detailed 2014 National Assembly election results in Slovene and English.

May 22-25, 2014 European election results are available here. Slovenia's State Election Commission also has detailed 2014 European election results for Slovenia, in Slovene and English.

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Last update: September 14, 2014.