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Exit poll shows newcomer Miro Cerar's party win most votes in Slovenia election

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Sunday, July 13, 2014 1:43 PM EDT
LJUBLJANA, Slovenia


An exit poll indicates that a newly-formed party won the most votes in Slovenia's second early election in three years.

The poll released by Mediana polling agency says that Miro Cerar's Party — named after its leader — won 36.9 percent of the ballot on Sunday, while the opposition conservatives of former prime minister Janez Jansa were trailing with 19.2 percent.

If confirmed, the result means that Cerar, a law expert and son of Slovenian Olympic medalist Miroslav Cerar, will likely be the next prime minister but will have to form a coalition government.

The poll shows the Pensioners Party with 9.7 percent, followed by the Social Democrats with 5.8 percent. A new leftist group, United Left, made it into Parliament with 7 percent of votes. The party of outgoing Prime Minister Alenka Bratusek won 4.7 percent.










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