Entretanto, na Eslovénia…

Eu nem ia escrever nada, mas como o silêncio na comunicação social portuguesa foi ensurdecedor, republico aqui alguns artigos sobre as Eleições na Eslovénia:

Slovenia Elections Tilt Another European Country to the Right, NYT

“I will say what I have said already before: We are for solidarity, but we are against stupidity,” he said, advocating a policy of discouraging migrants from coming to Europe by improving conditions in their own countries.

Slovenia faces political uncertainty after election, Reuters

The president has previously said he would nominate the leader of the biggest party as prime minister in the next couple of weeks but Jansa may struggle to win sufficient parliamentary support to lead the next government.

(e não vai: o Presidente deverá a seguir convidar outros partidos que formarão uma coligação “centrão” enquanto os nacionalistas não têm votos nem apoios partidários)

Slovenian right-wingers try to form government and oust liberals after election gains, Independent

Slovenia could be on course to join the swathe of central and eastern EU members with right-wing anti-immigrant governments after populists made gains in elections.

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Right-wing nationalist parties have come to power in Hungary, Poland, Italy and Austria in recent years, representing a new bloc of largely anti-immigrant politics at a European level.

Slovenia election: Anti-immigrant SDS is largest party, BBC

Slovenian nationalist party set for power after winning election, The Guardian

Janez JansaToda esta onda politicamente correcta, todo este enfiar a cabeça na areia, todo este desprezo pelo crescimento de incompatibilidades entre o Estado Social Europeu e a Política Migratória de Braços Abertos… vai dar mau resultado. Mas em princípio não é no Porto que o martelo vai cair com mais força.