The current President of Slovenia, Borut Pahor elected in the second round of elections that took place yesterday, November 12, voted for 52,94% of voters with a turnout 41,47%. These are preliminary results after processing the 99.98% of the ballots, writes with reference to the Central election Commission of the country the Associated Press.
The main competitor of the winner, 39-year-old comedian and former mayor of Kamnik Marjan Shares, collected 47,06% of the votes of the Slovenes.
According to 53-year-old Pahor, in 2012, voted for him because he was against the then President, Danilo türk, and yesterday – because “approve” is already his actions.
Pahor was Prime Minister of Slovenia from 2008 to 2012.
Since Slovenia is a parliamentary state, the President performs mainly ceremonial functions. However, he is the commander in chief and has the right to nominate candidates for some important positions.
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