“The leader of the Social Democrats (SDS) Janez Janša met with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Saturday in Budapest. According to the Hungarian press agency MTI, he congratulated, among others, on the victory in the recent parliamentary elections in Slovenia.

After a meeting at the Hungarian parliament, Orban’s spokesman, Bertalan Havasi , said that the two countries also touched on the integration of the Western Balkan countries into European, which Hungary is fully supported.

On the website of the SDS today, they wrote that Jansa visited Orban on a private visit with his wife Urška . At the same time, they added that the Slovenian voters were not inclined to try to shake Slovenia off with a new affair that Orban financed the SDS election campaign.” (translated from Sio1)

“Slovenian lawmakers will convene next week for the first time since an election earlier this month which saw a right-wing party make strong gains.

President Borut Pahor on Friday scheduled the inaugural session of Slovenia’s newly-elected parliament for June 22, paving the way for the formation of a future government.

None of the parties won an outright majority in the 90-member assembly in the June 3 vote, meaning that a coalition government has to be formed.” (Fox)