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Slovenia dismissed its conservative-led government yesterday (27 February) over a graft case hitting Prime Minister Janez Janša, and offered a centre-left finance expert the task of halting the country's fall from post-communist star to eurozone bailout candidate reports euractive. The 90-seat parliament voted 55-33 to dismiss Janša's ruling coalition after just a year of trying to navigate through the ex-Yugoslav republic's worst economic and political crisis in 22 years of independence.
The baton passed to opposition Positive Slovenia leader Alenka Bratušek, who will become the country's first female prime minister if she manages to build a coalition around a platform to stabilise its finances and avoid going cap-in-hand to the European Union.
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