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At a national level, Slovenia elects a head of state (a president) and a legislature. The president is elected for a five-year term by the people using the run-off system. The National Assembly (Državni zbor), Slovenia's parliament, has 90 members each elected for four-year terms. All but two of these are elected using the D'Hondt method of list proportional representation. The remaining two members are elected by the Italian and Hungarian ethnic minorities using the Borda count.
Slovenia's multi-party system means that any one party is unlikely to gain power alone. Coalition governments must therefore be negotiated and formed.
|Slovenian Democratic Party||222,042||24.92||25||+4|
|List of Marjan Šarec||112,250||12.60||13||New|
|Modern Centre Party||86,868||9.75||10||–26|
|New Slovenia – Christian Democrats||63,792||7.16||7||+2|
|Party of Alenka Bratušek||45,492||5.11||5||+1|
|Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia||43,889||4.93||5||–5|
|Slovenian National Party||37,182||4.17||4||+4|
|Slovenian People's Party||23,329||2.62||0||0|
|Andrej Čuš and Greens of Slovenia||9,708||1.09||0||–2|
|List of Journalist Bojan Požar||7,835||0.88||0||New|
|For a Healthy Society||5,548||0.62||0||New|
|United Left and Unity||5,072||0.57||0||New|
|Movement Together Forward||4,345||0.49||0||New|
|Save Slovenia from Elite and Tycoons||3,672||0.41||0||New|
|Economic Active Party||3,132||0.35||0||New|
|Solidarity - For a Fair Society!||2,184||0.25||0||New|
|United Right (ZA OTROKE!–NLS)||2,141||0.24||0||New|
|Socialist Party of Slovenia||1,551||0.17||0||New|
|Party of Slovenian People||1,237||0.14||0||New|
|Italian and Hungarian national minorities||2||0|
|Candidate||Party||First round||Second round|
|Borut Pahor||Independent (Social Democrats)||355,117||47.21||378,307||53.09|
|Marjan Šarec||List of Marjan Šarec||186,235||24.76||334,239||46.91|
|Romana Tomc||Slovenian Democratic Party||102,925||13.68|
|Ljudmila Novak||New Slovenia||54,437||7.24|
|Andrej Šiško||United Slovenia Movement||16,636||2.21|
|Boris Popovič||Slovenia Forever||13,559||1.80|
|Maja Makovec Brenčič||Modern Centre Party||13,052||1.74|
|Suzana Lara Krause||Slovenian People's Party||5,885||0.78|
|Angelca Likovič||Voice for Children and Families||4,418||0.59|
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