Greens of Slovenia

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Greens of Slovenia
Leader Vlado Čuš
Founded 11 June 1989
Headquarters Komenskega 11
SLO–1000 Ljubljana
Ideology Green politics
Political position Centre-left
Colours Green
National Assembly:
0 / 90
European Parliament:
0 / 7
Website
zeleni.si
Politics of Slovenia
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The Greens of Slovenia (Slovene: Zeleni Slovenije, ZS) is a political party in Slovenia.

History[edit]

The party was formed on 11 June 1989 in the course of the Revolutions of 1989, when Slovenia was still part of Yugoslavia. At the first direct election in Slovenia, the Greens gained 8.8% of the votes cast and won 8 seats in the National Assembly legislature. At the 1992 parliamentary election the party gained 3.7% of the votes cast, losing 3 mandates in the assembly. Since in 1996 it fell at the 4-percent-hurdle, it is no longer represented in parliament.

At the parliamentary election in September 2008, the party won no seats. At the early 2011 Slovenian parliamentary election on 4 December 2011, the party won 0.36% of the vote, thus not gaining any seat in the National Assembly.[1] The party received 0.50% of the vote in the Slovenian parliamentary election on 13 July 2014, and again did not win any seats in parliament.[2]

Election results[edit]

National Assembly[edit]

Election year # of overall votes  % of overall vote # of overall seats won +/- Notes
1990 95,640 8.8
8 / 80
1992 44,019 3.7
5 / 90
Decrease 3
1996 18,853 1.76
0 / 90
Decrease 5
2000 9,712 0.9
0 / 90
Steady 0
2004 6,703 0.69
0 / 90
Steady 0
2008 5,366 0.51
0 / 90
Steady 0
2011 4,000 0.36
0 / 90
Steady 0
2014 4,629 0.5
0 / 90
Steady 0

European Parliament[edit]

Election year # of overall votes  % of overall vote # of overall seats won +/- Notes
2004 10,027 2.3
0 / 7
In cartel with Youth Party of Slovenia
2009 3,382 0.73
0 / 7
Steady 0
2014 3,273 0.82
0 / 7
Steady 0

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Republic of Slovenia Early Elections for Deputies to the National Assembly 2011". National Electoral Commission. Retrieved 16 December 2011. 
  2. ^ Predčasne Volitve V Državni Zbor 2014 Republika Slovenija - Državna volilna komisija. Accessed 13 July 2014

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