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13th Government of Slovenia

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13th Government of the Republic of Slovenia
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13th cabinet of Republic of Slovenia
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Date formed13 September 2018 (2018-09-13)
People and organisations
Head of statePresident Borut Pahor (SD)
Head of governmentPrime Minister Marjan Šarec (LMŠ)
Deputy head of governmentDeputy Prime Ministers:
Miro Cerar (SMC)
Alenka Bratušek (SAB)
Karl Erjavec (DeSUS)
Jernej Pikalo (SD)
Andrej Bertoncelj (LMŠ)
No. of ministers16 (2 of them without portfolio)
Member partyList of Marjan Šarec (LMŠ)

Social Democrats (SD)
Modern Centre Party (SMC)
Party of Alenka Bratušek (SAB)
Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia (DeSUS)

Supported by:
The Left
IMNS
Status in legislatureCentre-left minority government
43 / 90
Opposition cabinetNone
Opposition leadernot an official position
History
Election(s)2018 election
Legislature term(s)8th National Assembly
Budget(s)2018: 9.3 billion € (Increase 6.9%)
2019: 9.8 billion € (Increase 5.4%)
Outgoing formation12th Government of Slovenia
PredecessorMiro Cerar (SMC)
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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Slovenia
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The 13th Government of Slovenia was elected on 13 September 2018 by the 8th National Assembly. It is the first minority government in the history of Slovenia.

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One summer afternoon you find yourself cleaning out the dusty old attic of the new home you've moved into. It's a bit out in the countryside and out of the way, but it came cheap- the owners seemed very willing to sell it. So willing in fact that they seem to have left at least half of their possessions up here in the attic, and as you're sorting through things to trash, things to sell, and things to keep, you come across a strange book. It has a simple red cover with just a title, no author: Mister Babadook. As you open the book up you're surprised to discover that it looks like a children's pop-up book, except there's something oddly disturbing about it. For one it features a creepy figure dressed in a long black coat and top hat with what looks like long claws for hands, and for the other it comes with the following piece of disturbing poetry: If it's in a word, or it's in a look, you can't get rid of the Babadook. You read the simple poem aloud, and suddenly you think you hear a shuffling of feet in the darkness of the attic. Looking up you're startled to see the figure from the book- it's real! As it rears up to its full height and displays its clawed hands you suddenly understand why the owners decided to sell this house so cheap. Hello and welcome to another episode of You Versus- today we're putting you up against the legendary demon of grief, the Babadook. No one is sure about the origins of the Babadook, save to say that it's been around at least since the late Victorian era given its predisposition for the long coats and high top hats so popular at the time. The Babadook could of course be much older than that, given that it seems to be mystically linked to a pop-up book that bears its full name. The first pop-up books were made in the late 13thcentury, and it is possible that the Babadook has been around as long as they have. However as a Demon, the Babadook is likely a far more ancient being, haunting humanity since its inception. Its connection to the pop-up book in question may just be its chosen avenue of haunting its victims, or perhaps part of some mystical banishment the demon suffered at some point in its past. Whatever its origins, you're going to have to know what you're up against if you're in the Babadook's crosshairs. As usual this will be a fight to the death, or at least a fight to banish the Babadook since it's likely that as a demon, it cannot die. So, what are you potentially facing? First and foremost the Babadook is in fact a demon, which places it in a category aside from spirits, monsters, ghouls, or other things that go bump in the night. As a demon this means that the Babadook is more intelligent than a spirit or ghoul, and thus far more crafty and manipulative. It understands humanity in a way that other supernatural creatures can't, as it draws both from its immortal lifespan of experiences and higher intelligence, and thus knows what makes us tick, and how to exploit all of our fears. Fear is important, because as a demon the Babadook is much like a spirit, strengthened by fear, and the more scared its victims become the more powerful that the Babadook becomes. The Babadook is however specifically a demon of grief, and prefers to target people who have been made vulnerable by deep sadness, depression, and loss in their lives. Its hauntings are geared to further deepen those feelings of hopelessness, pain, and loss, until finally pushing its victims into either letting it possess them or doing great acts of violence. The Babadook has an arsenal of powers at its disposals that will prove difficult to counter. First and foremost it has the ability to teleport at will, though it does show a preference to teleport to darkened, shadowy areas as opposed to brightly lit spaces. This may mean that the Babadook is tied to the shadows of the world, and can move through them freely, but has difficulty using its powers to escape in bright light. This isn't its only trick though, as the Babadook also displays a formidable talent for telekinesis, able to move objects as large as a couch with its mind. It can also shapeshift into people the victim is familiar with, or into mundane objects, though is given away upon close inspection, so it has an imperfect talent for mimicry. Lastly, it is a keen manipulator, using its ability to inflict terror on its victims to gradually break down their mental defenses until they do things that the Babadook wants- which is typically to commit violence. So, you're up against the dreaded Babadook- how are you going to defeat this demon of grief? First you're going to want to defeat its ability to randomly teleport at will through the shadows. This will be key in order to keep the Babadook from getting the drop on you, and so that you can make sure to land a killing blow when the time comes. In order to counter the Babadook's ability to randomly teleport away from you you're going to want to get your hands on a piece of hardware like the Buysight LED searchlight, which can put out as much as 6000 lumens up to a range of 800 meters. That's half as bright as the sun reflecting off white snow, and prolonged exposure directly to the eyes can lead to permanent vision problems. With a miniature sun in your hands, you'll be able to blast away even the deepest darkest shadows, and with the ability to flood, you'll scatter any shadows directly in front of you leaving no room for the Babadook to hide. Of course that still leaves all the dark areas behind you that it could try to flee to, so you're going to need something that can light up really large areas like the rising of a second sun- and nothing can light up large swathes of ground quite like an Arrimax. The tool of choice by professional filmmakers who need to work outdoors in the middle of the night, the Arrimax is a whopping 18,000 watt light that can be hoisted up into the air on a crane or secured to a sturdy tree. With this monster light blasting your surroundings, the Babadook will have absolutely nowhere to hide. So you've taken care of its ability to teleport, leaving the Babadook with nowhere to hide. You'll have to watch out for its ability to use telekinesis to move objects around, which it will no doubt try to use as a weapon against you, but as long as you're keeping a sharp eye on your environment and keeping your head on a swivel, you should be fine. What you should be most concerned about is its ability to manipulate your fears- like many evil creatures that go bump in the night, the Babadook is strengthened by fear, so you're going to have to keep a firm grip on what scares you. Unlike other demons or similar creatures that feed on fear though, the Babadook specifically feeds off grief as well, and fear that stems from that grief- so your next weapon is going to be to arm yourself with some peace of mind. If you're holding on to any particular pain or loss, let it go. Try to be grateful for the things that you already have in your life, and try to take joy in the accomplishments you achieve- such as the imminent Babadook kill you're about to score because you're a zen master, and this shifty demon can't find any weak spots in your psyche to exploit. You've stripped the Babadook of its ability to teleport away, you've remembered the five Ds of Dodgeball and Dodged, ducked, dipped, dove, and... dodged.... everything it's tried to hurl at you with telekinesis, and when it tried to manipulate your grief and fear, you shut the Babadook down with a Dali Lama-like level of self-mastery. Now it's time to go for the kill and end this death match once and for all, sending this demon of grief back to the fiery hell that spawned it. As you probably know by now from watching our other episodes, we here at The Infographics Show are fans of problem solving through superior firepower, and in this case we have one and only one tool to recommend, a surefire way to blast this hellspawn out of this world and back into its own... the Super Soaker Scatterblast Blaster. That's right, a squirt gun- only not any regular type of squirt gun, a 22 ounce beast that can deliver shot-gun like blasts of water up to 34 feet (10 meters) away! Except you're not going to be blasting the Babadook with any regular type of water, you're going to be using holy water blessed by a priest. As a demon, the Babadook is bound to the rules of our prime material plane if it chooses to manifest physically. That means that if the Babadook took solid form in order to directly manipulate our world, then its body would be subject to the same rules as our own bodies or anything else physical- in which case we'd be recommending firepower on a level much higher than just a squirt gun. However, because the Babadook doesn't manifest physically, it can't be harmed physically- that's why it needs to haunt victims in order to eventually wear them down and commit the violence it can't commit itself. So to excommunicate this demon out of our world and back to its own- at least temporarily- you're going to have to hit it with the only thing all demons can't stand, corporal or non-corporal: holy water. Water blessed by true faith is the divine is anathema to evil, and has the power to not just hurt evil, but to dispel it all together. With a tank full of blessed water, your super soaker scatterblaster is a demon-blasting weapon that Michael the Archangel would be envious of. That is of course if the water you're using has been blessed by a priest with true faith- something very, very rare in our world today. Otherwise, well, you're really only going to be making a very angry demon soaking wet, moments before it rips your soul from your body and inhabits you forever. How would you defeat the Babadook? Also, if you like this series, check out our other videos where we pit you against something horrible! Go on, click the thumbnail. I’ll wait!

Contents

Formation

After the 3 June 2018 parliamentary elections, Marjan Šarec, leader of LMŠ, began coalition talks with SD, SMC, SAB and DeSUS. Shortly after that New Slovenia (NSi) joined the talks in order to become the sixth coalition party and ensure a parliamentary majority of at least 46 votes. The newly elected National Assembly held its first session on 22 June 2018 and that meant the first round of the election of Prime Minister began. NSi withdrew from coalition talks on 16 July, close to the expiration of the first round, which meant that for the first time in history there will be no candidate for Prime Minister in the first round of election.[1][2]

On 27 July 2018, the second round of the election began and parties gathered around Marjan Šarec and LMŠ began talks with The Left, which gradually led to forming a new coalition and government. However, The Left was first negotiating to join the government but later decided to not join it. Membership of the party decided on the internal referendum that the party will support the new government from the opposition.[3][4]

On 8 August 2018 MPs of LMŠ, SD, SMC, SAB and DeSUS submitted the candidature of Marjan Šarec for the 13th Prime Minister of Slovenia. It was unsure at first whether Šarec has enough votes to be elected, since The Left has not decided if it will support his candidature and government by the time candidature was submitted. On 10 August parties of the coalition and The Left initialed an agreement about cooperation which secured Šarec enough votes for election. On 17 August Šarec was elected Prime Minister, and has 15 days to announce candidates for ministers.[5][6]

On 20 August leaders of the coalition parties met to decide which ministries will be led by each party:

Minister Party
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food DeSUS
Minister of Culture SD
Minister of Defence DeSUS
Minister of Economic Development and Technology SMC
Minister of Education, Science and Sport SD
Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning SMC
Minister of Finance LMŠ
Minister of Foreign Affairs SMC
Minister of Health LMŠ
Minister of Infrastructre SAB
Minister of Interior LMŠ
Minister of Justice SD
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities SMC
Minister of Public Administration LMŠ
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian diaspora SAB
Minister without Portfolio responsible for Development, Strategic Projects and Cohesion SAB

On 29 August 2018 Marjan Šarec (LMŠ), Dejan Židan (SD), Miro Cerar (SMC), Alenka Bratušek (SAB) and Karl Erjavec (DeSUS) signed coalition agreement and officially formed new government coalition. It was also announced that list of candidates for minister will be submitted to the National Assembly on Friday, 31 August 2018.[7]

On 4 September 2018 National Assembly began with hearings of 16 candidates of ministers. Hearings took place on 5 and 6 September as well. On 5 September Marjan Šarec announced that he will replace Tugomir Kodelja, candidate for Minister of Public Administration, who was already confirmed by the committee, with another candidate. Rudi Medved was announced candidate on 7 September.

On 13 September 2018 13th Government of the Republic of Slovenia was officially elected with 45 votes in favor.[8]

Government coalition

Government coalition will be formed of five parties and had parliamentary support of an additional party.

Party Leader MPs Coalition MPs Ministers
LMŠ List of Marjan Šarec
Lista Marjana Šarca
Marjan Šarec
Prime Minister
13 / 90
13 / 43
4 / 16
SD Social Democrats
Socialni demokrati
Dejan Židan
MP, Speaker of the National Assembly, Minister of Agriculture
10 / 90
10 / 43
3 / 16
SMC Modern Centre Party
Stranka modernega centra
Miro Cerar
Minister of Foreign Affairs
10 / 90
10 / 43
4 / 16
SAB Party of Alenka Bratušek
Stranka Alenke Bratušek
Alenka Bratušek
Minister of Infrastructure
5 / 90
5 / 43
3 / 16
DeSUS Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia
Demokratična stranka upokojencev Slovenije
Karl Erjavec
Minister of Defence
5 / 90
5 / 43
2 / 16
Parliamentary support:
Levica The Left
Levica
Luka Mesec
MP
9 / 90
0 / 16
IMNS Italian and Hungarian National Minorities

Italijanska in madžarska narodna skupnost

Felice Žiža

Ferench Horváth

2 / 90
0 / 16
Total:
Government
43 / 90
Support
11 / 90
Total
54 / 90

Composition

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13th Government of Slovenia

13. Vlada Republike Slovenije

Cabinet
Office Designee Office Designee
Prime Minister
Predsednik vlade

Announced August 8, 2018
Elected August 17, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
Marjan Šarec in Logatec 2017.jpg

Former Mayor of Kamnik, Former MP
Marjan Šarec
(LMŠ)
Deputy Prime Minister
and
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister za zunanje zadeve
(MZZ)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
Miro Cerar 2014-07-13.jpg

Former Prime Minister, Professor
Miro Cerar PhD
(SMC)
Deputy Prime Minister
and
Minister of Infrastructure
Minister za infrastrukturo
(MI)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Former Prime Minister
Alenka Bratušek MA
(SAB)
Deputy Prime Minister
and
Minister of Defence
Minister za obrambo
(MORS)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
Informal meeting of ministers for foreign affairs (Gymnich). Arrivals Karl Viktor Erjavec (36956301561) (cropped).jpg

Former Minister (MZZ, MORS, MOP)
Karl Erjavec
(DeSUS)
Deputy Prime Minister
and
Minister of Finance
Minister za finance
(MF)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Professor, Businessman
Andrej Bertoncelj PhD
(LMŠ/Ind.)
Deputy Prime Minister
and
Minister of Education, Science and Sport
Minister za izobraževanje, znanost in šport
(MIZŠ)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Former Minister (MIZŠ)
Jernej Pikalo PhD
(SD)
Office Designee Office Designee
Minister of Culture
Minister za kulturo
(MK)

Announced February 27, 2019
Took office March 8, 2019


Zoran Poznič
(SD)
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food
Minister za kmetijstvo, gozdarstvo in prehrano
(MKGP)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Former State Secretary at USZS
Aleksandra Pivec PhD
(DeSUS)
<b>Minister of Economic Development and Technology</b>
Minister za gospodarski razvoj in tehnologijo
(MGRT)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Minister (MGRT)
Zdravko Počivalšek
(SMC)
Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning
Minister za okolje in prostor
(MOP)

Announced March 20, 2019
Took office March 29, 2019

Former MP
Simon Zajc
(SMC)
Minister of Health
Minister za zdravje
(MZ)

Announced March 20, 2019
Took office March 29, 2019


Aleš Šabeder
(LMŠ/Ind.)
Minister of Interior
Minister za notranje zadeve
(MNZ)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Boštjan Poklukar
(LMŠ)
Minister of Justice
Minister za pravosodje
(MP)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Former Minister (MORS)
Andreja Katič
(SD)
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities
Minister za delo, družino, socialne zadeve in enake možnosti
(MDDSDEM)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Former State Secretary (MJU)
Ksenija Klampfer MA
(SMC)
Minister of Public Administration
Minister za javno upravo
(MJU)

Announced September 7, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Former journalist, Former MP
Rudi Medved
(LMŠ)
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian diaspora
Minister brez resorja za Slovence v zamejstvu in po svetu
(USZS)

Announced August 30, 2018
Took office September 13, 2018
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Former MP
Peter Jožef Česnik
(SAB)
Minister without Portfolio responsible for Development, Strategic Projects and Cohesion
Minister brez resorja za področje razvoja, strateške projekte in kohezijo
(SVRK)

Announced November 28, 2018
Took office December 21, 2018


Iztok Purič PhD
(SAB)
Other officials
Office Designee Office Designee
Secretary-General of the Government
Generalni sekretar vlade

Took office September 13, 2018

Stojan Tramte
(LMŠ)
Chief of the Office of the Prime Minister
Šef kabineta predsednika vlade

Took office September 13, 2018

Janja Zorman Macura

(LMŠ)

Director of the Government Office of Legislation
Vodja Službe vlade za zakonodajo

Took office February 21, 2019

Rado Fele
(Ind.)
National Security Adviser to the Prime Minister
Svetovalec predsednika vlade za nacionalno varnost

Took office September 13, 2018

Former Director of SOVA
Damir Črnčec PhD
Sign of Slovenian Army.svg


Chief of the General Staff of the Slovenian Armed Forces
Načelnik generalštaba Slovenske vojske

Took office 28 November 2018

Major General
Alenka Ermenc MA


Director General of the Police
Generalni direktor policije

Took office 5 October 2018

Former Deputy-Director General
Tatjana Bobnar MA
Director of the Slovene Intelligence and Security Agency
Direktor Slovenske obveščevalno-varnostne agencije

(SOVA)

Took office 27 September 2018


Rajko Kozmelj
Chief of Protocol
Šef protokola

Took office 1 October 2018

Aleksander Strel MA
Individual announced for position
Individual confirmed by the National Assembly
Individual confirmed by the Government
Individual serving in an acting capacity (follwowing resignation)
Source: http://www.vlada.si/

Former members

Minister Office Left office Succeeded by
SAB Marko Bandelli Minister without Portfolio responsible for Development, Strategic Projects and Cohesion December 21, 2018 Iztok Purič
SD Dejan Prešiček Minister of Culture March 8, 2019 Zoran Poznič
SMC Jure Leben Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning March 29, 2019 Simon Zajc
LMŠ Samo Fakin Minister of Health March 29, 2019 Aleš Šabeder

State Secretaries

Ministry/Office State Seceratries
Office of the Prime Minister Anja Kopač Mrak
Tadeja Forštner Perklič
Igor Mally
Uroš Prikl
Vojmir Urlep
Damir Črnčec
Franc Vesel
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Tanja Strniša
Jože Podgoršek
Ministry of Culture Petra Culetto
Tanja Kerševan Smokvina
Ministry of Defence Miloš Bizjak
Klemen Grošelj
Ministry of Economic Development and Technology Aleš Centarutti
Eva Štravs Podlogar
Ministry of Eduacation, Science and Sport Martina Vuk
Jernej Štromajer
Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning Aleš Prijon
Marko Maver
Ministry of Finance Metod Dragonja
Natalija Kovač Jereb
Saša Jazbec
Alojz Stana
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Simona Leskovar
Major General Dobran Božič
Ministry of Health Tomaž Pliberšek
Simona Repar Bornšek
Ministry of Infrastructure Bojan Kumer
Nina Mauhler
Ministry of Interior Melita Šinkovec
Sandi Čurin
Ministry of Justice Dominika Švarc Pipan
Gregor Strojin
Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Breda Božnik
Tilen Božič
Ministry of Public Administration Mojca Ramšak Pešec
Leon Behin
Office for Slovenian Abroad Olga Belec
Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy Nevenka Ribič
Former:
Andreja Vraničar Erman, Ministry of Finance
Roman Kirn, Office of the Prime Minister
Jan Škoberne, Minister of Culture
Vojko Stopar, MInister of Culture
Natalija Kovač Jereb, Ministry pf Interior, now Ministry of Finance
Simon Zajc, Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Pia Vračko, Ministry of Health

Working bodies

Working body President
Committee on Economy Jernej Pikalo, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Science and Sport
Committee on the Organisation of the State and Public Affairs Ksenija Klampfer, Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities
Committee on Administrative Affairs and Appointments Rudi Medved, Minister of Public Administration

Bodies within ministries

Ministry Body Head
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Agency of the Republic of Slovenia for Agricultural Markets and Rural Development Miran Mihelič
Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Food Safety, Veterinary Sector and Plant Protection Janez Posedi
Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia for Agriculture, Forestry, Hunting and Fisheries Saša Dragar Milanovič
Ministry of Culture Culture and Media Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia Sonja Trančar
Archives of the Republic of Slovenia Bojan Cvelfar
Ministry of Defence General Staff of the Slovenian Armed Forces Major General Alan Geder
Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief Darko But
Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia for Protection against Natural and Other Disasters Boris Balant
Defence Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia Roman Zupanec
Ministry of Economic Development and Technology Market Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia Andrejka Grlić
Slovenian Intellectual Property Office Vojko Toman
Metrology Institute of the Republic of Slovenia Samo Kopač
Ministry of Eduacation, Science and Sport Inspectorate for Education and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia Tomaž Rozman
Office of the Republic of Slovenia for Youth Rok Primožič
Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning Slovenian Environment Agency Gregor Sluga
Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia for the Environment and Spatial Planning
Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration
Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia
Slovenian Water Agency
Ministry of Finance Financial administration of the Republic of Slovenia
Office for Money Laundering Prevention of the Republic of Slovenia
Public Payments Administration of the Republic of Slovenia
Budget Supervision Office of the Republic of Slovenia
Ministry of Health Health Inspectorate of the Republic of Slovenia
Chemicals Office of the Republic of Slovenia
Slovenian Radiation Protection Administration
Ministry of Infrastructure Inspectorate for infrastructure of the Republic of Slovenia
Slovenian Maritime Administration
Slovenian Infrastructure Agency
Ministry of Interior Police
Inspectorate for Interior Affairs
Ministry of Justice Prison Administration of the Republic of Slovenia
Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Labour Inspectorate of the Republic od Slovenia
Ministry of Public Administration Public Sector Inspectorate

Advisory bodies

Body Head
Fiscal Council President Davorin Kračun
Economic and Social Council of the Republic of Slovenia President Lidija Jerkič

Timeline

Iztok PuričMarko BandelliPeter Jožef ČesnikRudi MedvedTugomir KodeljaKsenija KlampferAndreja KatičBoštjan PoklukarAlenka BratušekSamo FakinMiro CerarAndrej BertonceljJure LebenJernej PikaloZdravko PočivalšekKarl ErjavecDejan PrešičekAleksandra PivecMarjan Šarec

Interpellations

Date Proposer Interpellated Quorum In favour Against Abstain Comments
No interpellation has yet been submitted.

Confirmation process timeline

Government confirmation process
Office Name Party Announcement Hearing date Committee Committee
vote
National Assembly
vote date
Confirmation
Y N A Y N A
Prime Minister Marjan Šarec LMŠ 8 August 2018 / / / 17 August 2018 55 31 11
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Aleksandra Pivec DeSUS 30 August 2018 4 September 2018 CAFF 10 6 1 13 September 2018 45 34 11
Minister of Culture Dejan Prešiček SD 30 August 2018 5 September 2018 CC 12 1 4
Minister of Defence Karl Erjavec DeSUS 30 August 2018 6 September 2018 CD 8 6 3
Minister of Economic Development and Technology Zdravko Počivalšek SMC 30 August 2018 6 September 2018 CE 11 0 6
Minister of Education, Science and Sport Jernej Pikalo SD 30 August 2018 4 September 2018 CESSY 9 4 4
Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning Jure Leben SMC 30 August 2018 5 September 2018 CIESP 11 2 4
Minister of Finance Andrej Bertoncelj LMŠ 30 August 2018 6 September 2018 CF 10 0 9
Minister of Foreign Affairs Miro Cerar SMC 30 August 2018 4 September 2018 CFP 9 0 9
Minister of Health Samo Fakin LMŠ 30 August 2018 5 September 2018 CH 12 5 2
Minister of Infrastructre Alenka Bratušek SAB 30 August 2018 5 September 2018 CIESP 11 4 4
Minister of Interior Boštjan Poklukar LMŠ 30 August 2018 4 September 2018 CIPALSG 10 7 2
Minister of Justice Andreja Katič SD 30 August 2018 6 September 2018 CJ 7 4 2
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Ksenija Klampfer SMC 30 August 2018 6 September 2018 CLFSPD 8 3 6
Minister of Public Administration <i><b><small>Tugomir Kodelja</small></b></i> (replaced) LMŠ 30 August 2018 4 September 2018 CIPALSG 10 5 4
Rudi Medved LMŠ 7 September 2018 10 September 2018 CIPALSG 9 4 6 13 September 2018 45 34 11
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian diaspora Peter Jožef Česnik SAB 30 August 2018 5 September 2018 CRSNOC 6 2 5
Minister without Portfolio responsible for Development, Strategic Projects and Cohesion Marko Bandelli (resigned) SAB 30 August 2018 4 September 2018 CEU 9 5 3
CE 10 4 3
Iztok Purič SAB 28 September 2018 3 December 2018 CEU 8 4 5 19 December 2018 45 30 15
CE 8 4 5

Cabinet

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food

It was very clear from the beginning of the negotiations that DeSUS will take over Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food. SD stated that they do not want to take over the Ministry after Dejan Židan led it in the Pahor, Bratušek and Cerar government. There were some speculations that SMC's Zdravko Počivalšek might become minister if SMC will not take over Ministry of Economy.

Candidates[9]

Minister of Culture

Social Democrats was the only party that publicly showed their interest to take over Ministry of Culture.

Candidates[10]

Minister of Defence

Karl Erjavec was seen as a candidate for Minister of Defence from the beginning of the negotiations.

Candidates[9]

Minister of Economic Development and Technology

Ministry of Economic Development and Technology was wanted by both, SMC and SD. Some seen this as a potential reason for Šarec failure to form the government if he will not be able to find the consensus between the parties. In the end SMC got the ministry.

Candidates[9]

Minister of Education, Science and Sport

SD expressed its will to take over the ministry. At some point it was reported that SMC will take over the ministry, but in the end it was SD, who got the ministry.

Candidates[10]

Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning

At the beginning it was announced that SAB will take over the ministry, but later leaders of the parties announced that SMC will take it over.

Candidates[11]

Minister of Finance

Alenka Bratušek expressed her readiness to take over Ministry of Finance, but later become clear that LMŠ will take the ministry, since they will lead the government. Vojmir Urlep was seen as a candidate at first, but later Marjan Šarec stated that he is satisfied with the work of Mateja Vraničar Erman.

Candidates[10][12]

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Many have seen Miro Cerar as potential Foreign minister before the election. Cerar declined it at first, since he wanted to become Speaker of the National Assembly. Later it became clear that SD will get the position of the Speaker and that Miro Cerar is willing to take over Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Candidates[9]

Minister of Health

Candidates[12]

Minister of Infrastructre

At the beginning of the negotiations, SMC and SD wanted the ministry. In the end SAB got the ministry.

Candidates[9]

Minister of Interior

Candidates

Minister of Justice

Candidates[9][11]

Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities

Candidates[9][11]

Minister of Public Administration

Candidates

Minister without portfolio for Slovenian diaspora

Candidates[11]

Minister without Portfolio responsible for Development, Strategic Projects and Cohesion

Candidates[11]

See also

References

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