New government is to bring Slovenia on the new level of economic development

Thursday, 17 July 2014

Last Sunday on 13.07.2014 parliamentary elections were held in Slovenia. According to some experts, these elections were one of the most important steps for the country since its independence in the year 1991, as these elections have brought new actors on the country’s political scene. All in all 15 parties took part in the elections and, as was expected, the main struggle unfolded between a new central-left Miro Cerar’s party and Slovenian Democratic party, which is led by the ex-prime minister Janez Jansa, who is now serving a two year prison term on charges of corruption.

According to the official results Miro Cerar's party has won the elections with approximately 36,9% votes. The Slovenian Democratic party has gained 19,2% of votes, which is followed by Desus with 9,7%.

Such results of parliamentary elections indicate that Slovenia is seeking for changes in the political and economic spheres along with new faces on the political scene of the country. In spite of the general positive atmosphere, some of the experts are skeptical about the new parties. The main reason for it is the abruptness which they can bring along.

After the elections it has become clear that Mr. Dr. Miro Cerar will have a lot to do for improving the general situation in Slovenia. In 2013, the stability program accepted that that by the end of next year the general deficit will get below three percent, by the end of 2017 it will be balanced. The process of privatization is to be accelerated, which will allow easier access to the outsource fundings of the country. And, of course, the new government is not to forget about the essential structurally-saving reforms, avoididng of which, or in case of a longer delay, could cause the new wave of the crisis. It goes without saying that the general population of the country expects that with the new government the situation in the country will sabilize and improve in the long term.

The general positive trend in economic and political development of the country is growing. The main indicator of the growth is the rapid increase of interest for the purchase of the state property such as: skiing complex of Kanin and Ljubljana’s airport. Mainly the interest for the purchase is shown by foreigners.

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