Slovenia’s leftist opposition files a no-confidence motion against the Jansa cabinet.
Slovenian opposition parties filed a no-confidence motion on January 15 against the government of Prime Minister Janez Jansa with the backing of 42 of the 90 MPs, claiming the government does not enjoy support among citizens.
🤔 In the last election, Jansa’s party received the most votes (double its closest competitor) and currently enjoys the lead in opinion polls. Not sure how pro-migration, EU pompom girl Tanya Fajon thinks she has their support?
The initiative came from the Pensioners Party (DeSUS) and was supported by the List of comedians Marjan Sarec (LMS), the Left, Social Democrats (SD) and the Party of Alenka Bratusek (SAB).
The opposition – a motley crew of pro-migration cranks – needs four more votes from the governing coalition parties to overthrow the government led by Jansa’s Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS), which also comprises the Modern Centre Party and New Slovenia.
The Slovenian parliament will vote on the no-confidence motion in a secret ballot in the coming week.
To some, Jansa is not perfect, but the V4 Report considers him solid, although we continue to believe that the SDS should exit the EPP Party to work with real national conservatives in the EU.
Regardless, we believe it’s important that he stays on top and consider him a solid and reliable leader. This is of short supply in the EU.