Slovenian PM leads vote

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The Independent Online
Janez Drnovsek, Slovenia's Prime Minister, and his centre-left Liberal Democrats won most votes yesterday in the country's second general election since independence, according to partial results.

With 82 per cent of the vote counted, the National Electoral Commission said the party had won 27.10 per cent of the vote, three per cent more than in the 1992 general election. The rightist People's Party won 19.75 per cent of votes and centre-right Social Democrats came third, with 15.9 per cent. Reuter - Ljubljana

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