This was taken early this evening in Ljubljana’s central Preseren Square, the last day of campaigning for Sunday’s European Parliament election. In Slovenia the election silence period, a ban on any campaigning or reporting of campaign-related news, begins at midnight on the preceding day, which means that I just came in under deadline with this post.
A low turnout is expected, perhaps even lower than the 28.36% that showed up at the polls at the last EU election in 2009. The conservative New Slovenia (NSi) Party and Democratic Party (SDS) are expected to collect the most votes.
If you’re curious to see what campaigning is like in Slovenia, check out my 14-image gallery for Demotix.
Mirrored from my blog, Piran Cafe.