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At a glance: Slovenia's elections and the rule of law

This Sunday, there are not one, but two important elections happening in the European Union. Apart from the French presidential run-off, Slovenia is electing a new parliament and government.

Why do these elections matter and how does the rule of law play into them? We've got you covered with our at-a-glance overview.

We would like to thank Katarina Bervar Sternad, Director, Legal-Informational Centre for NGOs, and Jaka Kukavica, Researcher, European University Institute, for their contributions.

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