In Slovenia, Natasa Pirc Musar elected the country’s first female President
In Slovenia, Natasa Pirc Musar has been elected the country’s first female President after beating her conservative rival in the second round of elections on November 13.
Ms. Pirak Musar got about 54 percent of the votes, while Logar got about 46 percent.
He defeated Anze Logar, former foreign minister and a veteran of conservative politics.
A prominent lawyer, Pirk Musser, represented former US First Lady Melania Trump in Slovenia on copyright and other matters.
She campaigned on issues of human rights, rule of law and social welfare.
Pirk Musser, 54, will be the first woman to serve as president after Yugoslavia broke up and Slovenia became independent in 1991.
She will replace President Borut Pahor, a centrist politician who has already served two terms as president.
Prime Minister - Robert Golob
Capital - Ljubljana
Currency - Euro
Official Language - Slovene
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