List of political parties in Slovenia

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This article lists political parties in Slovenia. Since 1989, Slovenia has a multi-party system with numerous political parties, in which one party rarely has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other forming coalitions.

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Parliamentary parties

PartyIdeologyLeaderSeats
SDS Slovenian Democratic Party
Slovenska demokratska stranka
Slovenian nationalism
Right-wing populism
Janez Janša
26 / 90
LMŠ List of Marjan Šarec
Lista Marjana Šarca
Social liberalism
Big tent
Marjan Šarec
14 / 90
SD Social Democrats
Socialni demokrati
Social democracy
Pro-Europeanism
Tanja Fajon
12 / 90
Levica The Left
Levica
Democratic socialism
Soft Euroscepticism
Luka Mesec
8 / 90
NSi New Slovenia - Christian Democrats
Nova Slovenija - Krščanski demokrati
Christian democracy
Social conservativism
Matej Tonin
7 / 90
SMC Modern Centre Party
Stranka modernega centra
Social liberalism
Liberalism
Zdravko Počivalšek
5 / 90
SAB Party of Alenka Bratušek
Stranka Alenke Bratušek
Social liberalism
Pro-Europeanism
Alenka Bratušek
5 / 90
DeSUS Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia
Demokratična stranka upokojencev Slovenije
Single-issue politics
Pro-Europeanism
Anton Balažek
4 / 90
SNS Slovenian National Party
Slovenska nacionalna stranka
Ultranationalism
Hard Euroscepticism
Zmago Jelinčič
3 / 90


Extra-parliamentary parties

    Historical parties

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