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Slovenia: Politics and the EU Presidency

“… Slovenia takes over the rotating presidency of the EU in January 2008. Besides the panic that this generates in the large part of the governing structures and public administration, this also has a strange effect on the overall political climate in the country,” writes Marko Bucik.

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