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Slovenia's designated premier, Alenka Bratusek, proposed her cabinet with 13 ministers Thursday to parliament en route to taking over next week from the ousted Janez Jansa, dpa reported.
Bratusek of the Positive Slovenia (PS) party heads a new four-way coalition forged Wednesday. Jansa was voted out of the office after his allies abandoned him in the wake of a January state commission graft report implicating him.
PS called Jansa's former allies, the Civic List and the pensioners party DeSUS, as well as President Borut Pahor's Social Democrats. The alliance controls 49 of the 90 seats in parliament.
Bratusek, 42, proposed Uros Cufer for finance minister, Stanko Stepisnik for economy, Roman Jakic for defence minister and Tina Komel for minister without portfolio in charge of the diaspora. Karel Erjavec and Tomaz Gantar served under Jansa in the previous coalition and are set to return as foreign and health ministers.
Uros Grilc was nominated as culture minister, Dejan Zidan for agriculture, Anja Kopac Mrak to labour, and Jernej Pikalo for education, science and sports, the STA news agency reported.
Gregor Virant is set to be interior and public administration minister, Senko Plicanic returns to government as justice minister, and Igor Maher was named for infrastructure and spatial planning minister.
The vote on Bratusek's cabinet may take place next week, assuming smooth preparatory procedures, STA said.
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