“Two months after Slovenia’s inconclusive general election, a bloc of centre-left parties announced Monday that they would try to form a minority government after the anti-migrant party that won the biggest share of the vote failed to convince other parties to join it in a coalition.

In the June 3 election, it was actually the anti-migrant centre-right Slovenian Democratic Party (SDS), headed by Janez Jansa, that won the most seats, securing 25 out of a total 90.

But Jansa’s efforts to cobble together a ruling majority have failed to come to fruition.

And so five centre-left parties, led by the anti-establishment LMS — which came second in the election with 13 seats — are now joining forces to try to form a minority government.” (Yahoo)