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Po Lojzetu Peterletu, Janezu Drnovšku, Andreju Bajuku, Antonu Ropu, Janezu Janši, Borutu Pahorju, Alenki Bratušek, Miru Cerarju, Marjanu Šarcu je Robert Golob postal deseti predsednik slovenske vlade. Rezultate tajnega glasovanja je razglasila predsednica državnega zbora Urška Klakočar Zupančič. Foto: Nebojša Tejić/STA
Po Lojzetu Peterletu, Janezu Drnovšku, Andreju Bajuku, Antonu Ropu, Janezu Janši, Borutu Pahorju, Alenki Bratušek, Miru Cerarju, Marjanu Šarcu je Robert Golob postal deseti predsednik slovenske vlade. Rezultate tajnega glasovanja je razglasila predsednica državnega zbora Urška Klakočar Zupančič. Foto: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Members of Parliament elect Robert Golob as Prime Minister

We got a new prime minister!

After Janez Janša (SDS), Robert Golob, president of the Svoboda Movement, took over this position last week. He was nominated for the post by the President of the Republic, Borut Pahor.

After the secret ballot, he was sworn in before the National Assembly. With that, he became prime minister.

He thanked people for their support and good wishes, as well as for some less kind words, which in the five-hour debate came mostly from the opposition.

Golob, who announced that he would lead the government for two terms, emphasised that all citizens must have access to the public health system.

We have three priorities: social justice, solidarity and a knowledge-based society.

Robert Golob

He also said that energy and food costs would be limited by this autumn. They do not want people to be living in uncertainty for too long because of price increases.

They will also focus on digitization.

Due to his election as Prime Minister, Golob can no longer work as an MP. Now the state election commission will have to announce who won the most votes on the list of the Freedom Movement behind him.

This person will thus take over his seat in the National Assembly. It is expected to be Bojan Čebela.

Last night, the deputies elected another vice-president of the National Assembly. Nataša Sukič (Levica/Left) won with 52 votes.

At the same time, they formed the remaining 19 working bodies operating in the National Assembly. Of these, six are commissions and 13 committees.

Last week, Golob already also submitted a list of ministerial candidates to the National Assembly.

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Some of them were heard by members of individual committees this weekend.

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The original version of this article was published on May 26th.

English translation courtesy of JL FlannerTotal Slovenia News, an English language website with news from and about Slovenia.

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