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Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia

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Leader  Karl Erjavec
Headquarters  Ljubljana
Political position  Centre
Founded  1991
Membership  (2015)  11,972
Ideology  Pensioners' Party, Single-issue politics, Centrism, Social justice

The Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia (Slovene: Demokratična stranka upokojencev Slovenije, also known by the acronym DeSUS) is a Slovenian political party led by Karl Erjavec. DeSUS won 6.97% of the vote at the early 2011 Slovenian parliamentary election on 4 December 2011, thus gaining 6 seats in the National Assembly. In April 2012, the party excluded Ivan Simčič after it has been disclosed that he faked his secondary school report, thus losing one seat.

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Overview

DeSUS was a member of the government led by prime minister Janez Janša until 2008. In the 2008 elections the party won 7.4% of vote and 7 out of 90 seats and joined the coalition government led by Borut Pahor together with SD, Zares and LDS having a combined seat of 50 out of 90.

The party received 10.21% of the vote in the Slovenian parliamentary election on 13 July 2014, and won 10 seats in parliament.

Parliamentary representation:

Prominent members and supporters

  • Vasja Klavora
  • Neda Pagon
  • Ignac Golob
  • References

    Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia Wikipedia


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