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14th Government of Slovenia

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14th Government of the Republic of Slovenia
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14th cabinet of Republic of Slovenia
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Date formed13 March 2020
People and organisations
Head of statePresident Borut Pahor (SD)
Head of governmentPrime Minister Janez Janša (SDS)
Deputy head of governmentDeputy Prime Ministers
Zdravko Počivalšek (SMC)
Matej Tonin (NSi)
Aleksandra Pivec (DeSUS)
No. of ministersPM + 16 ministers
Total no. of ministers16
Member partySDS
SMC
NSi
DeSUS
Status in legislatureCentre-right majority government
47 / 90
Opposition cabinetNone
Opposition partyLMŠ
SD
Levica
SAB
SNS (support)
Opposition leaderNot an official position
Marjan Šarec (LMŠ)
Dejan Židan (SD)
Luka Mesec (Levica)
Alenka Bratušek (SAB)
Zmago Jelinčič Plemeniti (SNS)
History
Election(s)2018 election
Legislature term(s)8th National Assembly
Predecessor13th Government of Slovenia
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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Slovenia

EU Member State
(Eurozone Member State)
(Schengen Area Member State)

NATO Member State
Council of Europe Member State
OECD Member State


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The 14th Government of Slovenia was formed following the resignation of Prime Minister of the 13th Government Marjan Šarec in January 2020. Janez Janša of Slovenian Democratic Party formed a coallition with Modern Centre Party, New Slovenia, and Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia. The government was confirmed on 13 March 2020, amidst the coronavirus outbreak.


Government formation

On 27 January 2020 Prime Minister Marjan Šarec (LMŠ) resigned following the resignation of the Finance Minister Andrej Bertoncelj (LMŠ) and previously announced resignation of Minister of Health Aleš Šabeder (LMŠ) due to disagreements around new healthcare legislation.[1]

On 25 February 2020 President Pahor concluded the second round of consultations with political parties. Parties that are forming the new government confirmed the coalition agreement which was signed on the same day.[2][3]

On 26 February 2020 President of the Republic Borut Pahor proposed to the National Assembly Janez Janša as candidate for Prime Minister.[4]

On 3 March 2020 Janez Janša was elected Prime Minister with 52 votes, which means 3 opposition MPs voted for him, most probably MPs of SNS. Jani Ivanuša (SNS) also publicly stated he would support Janša.[5]

On 6 March 2020 Prime Minister-elect Janez Janša proposed to the National Assembly the list of candidates for ministers. Hearings took place from 10 until 13 March 2020. Ministers of the 13th Government worked closely with the incoming formation in the time of transition to inform incoming ministers on the situation related to the coronavirus outbreak. Such coordination has not happened before. Both formations had a joint meeting on 9 March 2020. On 12 March 2020 outgoing Minister of Health Aleš Šabeder declared epidemic.[6] Prime Minister-elect was critical of some decision taken by the outgoing formation.[7]

On 13 March 2020 the National Assembly confirmed the list of ministers and the government took office.[8]

Election of the Prime Minister

Prime Minister is elected by the National Assembly with majority of all votes. Candidate is proposed by the President of the Republic (1st, 2nd and 3rd round) or by MPs (2nd and 3rd round only). If Prime Minister is not elected in the first two rounds, the National Assembly can decide with relative majority of votes, to hold the third round, where only relative majority is needed to elect Prime Minister.[9]

Date Candidate Proposer In favor Against Invalid Note Source
3 March 2020 Janez Janša President of the Republic 52 31 1 Secret ballot, absolute majority (46 votes) needed [5]

Government confirmation vote

After being elected Prime Minister-elect proposes his government to the National Assembly. Government is elected with relative majority. Only after the government is elected and sworn-in, Prime Minister and ministers take their offices. Swearing-in ceremony takes place immediately after the vote.[10]

Date Government Prime Minister-elect In favor Against Abstain Note Source
13 March 2020 14th - Janša III Janez Janša 52 31 1 Roll call, relative majority needed [11]

Cabinet

Cabinet level positions are those of Prime Minister, ministers and ministers without portfolio.[12] Others are present at the cabinet meetings (e.g. Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister, Secretary-General of the Government, Head of the Government Legal Service, state secretaries in the Office of the Prime Minister etc.). State secretaries can substitute ministers when absent. If Prime Minister is absent, he is substituted by one of the ministers, usually one of those holding the unofficial title of Deputy Prime Minister. Cabinet usually takes decisions by consensus, but it can also decide with relative majority of votes.

Name Position Party Took office
Janez Janša
(born 1958)
Prime Minister SDS 13 March 2020
Zdravko Počivalšek
(born 1957)
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Economic Development and Technology
SMC 13 March 2020
Matej Tonin
(born 1983)
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Defence
NSi 13 March 2020
Aleksandra Pivec
(born 1972)
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food
DeSUS 13 March 2020
Simona Kustec Lipicer
(born 1976)
Minister of Education, Science and Sport SMC 13 March 2020
Janez Cigler Kralj
(born 1978)
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunity NSi 13 March 2020
Jernej Vrtovec
(born 1985)
Minister of Infrastructure NSi 13 March 2020
Aleš Hojs
(born 1961)
Minister of the Interior SDS 13 March 2020
Andrej Vizjak
(born 1964)
Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning SDS 13 March 2020
Andrej Šircelj
(born 1959)
Minister of Finance SDS 13 March 2020
Vasko Simoniti
(born 1951)
Minister of Culture SDS 13 March 2020
Tomaž Gantar
(born 1960)
Minister of Health DeSUS 13 March 2020
Boštjan Koritnik
(born 1979)
Minister of Public Administration SMC 13 March 2020
Anže Logar
(born 1976)
Minister of Foreign Affairs SDS 13 March 2020
Lilijana Kozlovič
(born 1962)
Minister of Justice SMC 13 March 2020
Zvone Černač
(born 1962)
Minister without portfolio for Development and European Cohesion Policy SDS 13 March 2020
Helena Jaklitsch
(born 1976)
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian Diaspora SDS 13 March 2020

Government coalition

Party Leader MPs Coalition MPs Ministers Women Ministers State Secretaries Women St Sec
SDS Slovenian Democratic Party
Slovenska demokratska stranka
Janez Janša
26 / 90
26 / 46
7 / 16
1 / 7
12 / 40
4 / 12
SMC Modern Centre Party
Stranka modernega centra
Zdravko Počivalšek
8 / 90
8 / 46
4 / 16
2 / 4
8 / 40
1 / 8
NSi New Slovenia
Nova Slovenija
Matej Tonin
7 / 90
7 / 46
3 / 16
0 / 3
5 / 40
1 / 5
DeSUS Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia
Demokratična stranka upokojencev Slovenije
Aleksandra Pivec
5 / 90
5 / 46
2 / 16
1 / 2
2 / 40
0 / 2
Parliamentary support
SNS Slovenian National Party
Slovenska nacionalna Stranka
Zmago Jelinčič
3 / 90
/ / / / /
IMNS Italian and Hungarian National Minority Felice Žiža
Ferench Horváth
2 / 90
/ / / / /
Extraparliamentary parties
SLS Slovenian People's Party
Slovenska ljudska Stranka
Marjan Podobnik / / / /
1 / 40
1 / 1
NLS New People's Party of Slovenia
Nova ljudska stranka Slovenije
Željko Vogrin / / / /
1 / 40
0 / 1
Ind. Independent politician / / / / /
6 / 40
3 / 6
Total:
Government
46 / 90
Support
5 / 90
Total
51 / 90
4 / 16
10 / 40

Composition lato sensu

14th Government of the Republic of Slovenia
Position Name Party Took office Left office
Office of the Prime Minister
Prime Minister Janez Janša SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Chief of Staff Peter Šuhel SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary (for National Security) Žan Mahnič SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary (for Cooperation with the National Assembly) Vinko Gorenak SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary (for Coordination of International and European Affairs) Igor Senčar SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary (for Health) Jelka Godec SDS 26 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary (for Debureaucratization) Katja Triller Vrtovec Ind. 20 April 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary (for Education and Sport) Marjan Dolinšek SMC 20 April 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary (for Military, Defense and Foreign Affairs) Brig Gen Bojan Pograjc Ind. 20 April 2020 Incumbent
Secretariat-General of the Government
Secretary-General Božo Predalič SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fodd
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Aleksandra Pivec DeSUS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Damjan Stanonik DeSUS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Jože Podgoršek DeSUS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Culture
Minister of Culture Vasko Simoniti SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Ignacija Fridl Jarc SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
TBD
Ministry of Defence
Minister of Defence Matej Tonin NSi 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Damijan Jaklin NSi 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Uroš Lampret NSi 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Chief of the General Staff of the Slovenian Armed Forces Brig Gen Robert Glavaš Ind. 16 April 2020 Incumbent
Brig Gen Robert Glavaš Acting 13 March 2020 16 April 2020
Director-General of Intelligence and Security Service Andrej Osolnik Ind. 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Education, Science and Sport
Minister of Education, Science and Sport Simona Kustec Lipicer SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Jure Gašparič SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Damir Orehovec SMC 23 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Economic Development and Technology
Minister of Ecnomic Development and Technology Zdravko Počivalšek SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Aleš Cantarutti SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Simon Zajc SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning Andrej Vizjak SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Metka Gorišek SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Robert Rožac Ind, 25 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Finance
Minister of Finance Andrej Šircelj SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Peter Ješovnik SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Kristina Šteblaj SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Polona Flerin Ind. 1 May 2020 Incumbent
TBD
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Foreign Affairs Anže Logar SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Gašper Dovžan SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Tone Kajzer SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Health
Minister of Health Tomaž Gantar DeSUS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Tina Bregant Ind. 7 April 2020 Incumbent
TBD
Andrej Možina SDS 13 March 2020 31 March 2020
Ministry of Infrastructure
Minister of Infrastructure Jernej Vrtovec NSi 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Blaž Košorok SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Aleš Mihelič NSi 23 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of the Interior
Minister of the Interior Aleš Hojs SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Franc Kangler NLS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
TBD
Franc Breznik SDS 20 March 2020 16 April 2020
Director-General of the Police Anton Travner Acting Ind. 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Justice
Minister of Justice Lilijana Kozlovič SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Matic Zupan SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Zlatko Ratej SMC 16 April 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunity Janez Cigler Kralj NSi 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Cveto Uršič NSi 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Mateja Ribič NSi 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Ministry of Public Administration
Minister of Public Administration Boštjan Koritnik SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Urška Ban SMC 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Peter Geršak Ind. 28 March 2020 Incumbent
Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy
Minister without portfolio Zvone Černač SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Monika Kirbiš Rojs SLS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Government Office for Slovenians Abroad
Minister without portfolio Helena Jaklitsch SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
State Secretary Dejan Valentinčič SDS 13 March 2020 Incumbent
Government Office for Demography
Minister without portfolio TBD DeSUS
State Secretary TBD
Slovene Intelligence and Security Agency
Director Janez Stušek Ind. 14 April 2020 Incumbent
Rajko Kozmelj Ind. 27 September 2018 14 April 2020
Protocol
Chief of Protocol Aleksander Strel Ind. 27 September 2018 Incumbent
Government Office for Legislation
Director Miha Pogačnik Acting Ind. 20 April 2020 Incumbent
Katja Triller Vrtovec Acting Ind. 13 March 2020 20 April 2020
Statistical Office
Director Bojan Nastav Ind. 21 August 2019 Incumbent
Government Office for National Minorities
Director Stane Baluh Acting Ind. 12 March 2020 Incumbent
Government Communication Office
Director Uroš Urbanija Acting SDS 21 March 2020 Incumbent
Director Miro Petek Acting SDS 13 March 2020 21 March 2020
Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development
Director Marijana Bednaš Ind. 6 June 2019 Incumbent
Government Office for the Protection of Classified Information
Director Igor Eršte Acting Ind. 18 July 2019 Incumbent
Government Office for the Support and Integration of Migrants
Director Katarina Štrukelj Ind. 1 June 2017 Incumbent
Source: [13][14][15][16][17][18][19]

Working bodies

Body[13] President Party
State Organisation and Public Affairs Committee Aleš Hojs, Minister of the Interior SDS
Economic Committee Zdravko Počivalšek, Minister of Economic Development and Technology SMC
Administrative Affairs and Appointments Committee Zvone Černač, Minister without portfolio for Development and EU Cohesion Policy SDS

Other bodies

Body[13] President Party
National Security Council Janez Janša, Prime Minister SDS

Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 outbreak

On its 1st Session on 13 March 2020, immediately following its confirmation, government set up a Crisis Management Staff (CMS) of the Republic of Slovenia in order to contain and manage the COVID-19 epidemic. Head of the Staff is Prime Minister Janez Janša and its secretary is former SOVA director Andrej Rupnik. CMS is composed of all government members and other experts and civil servants.[20] CMS has Health Experts Support Group. Head of the Group is Bojana Beovič.[21] Jelko Kacin, former minister and ambassador to NATO, is the official spokesman of the Staff, he had a similar role during the 1991 Slovenian war of independence.[22]

Crisis Management Staff was abolished on 24 March 2020, its functions were transferred on the responsible ministries.[23]

Crisis Management Staff

Position Name
Head of Staff Janez Janša
Prime Minister
Secretary Andrej Rupnik
Spokesperson Jelko Kacin
Commander of Civil Defence Srečko Šestan
Head of Medical Expert Group Bojana Beovič

Confirmation process and former members

Position Name Party Body of confirmation Confirmation Source
Y N A
Minister of Economic Development and Technology Zdravko Počivalšek SMC Committee on Economy 12 March 2020 [24]
10 2 5
Minister of Defence Matej Tonin NSi Committee on Defence 10 March 2020 [25]
11 6 2
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Aleksandra Pivec DeSUS Committee on Agriculture, Forestry and Food 11 March 2020 [26]
11 5 3
Minister of Education, Science and Sport Simona Kustec Lipicer SMC Committee on Education, Science, Sport and Youth 12 March 2020 [27]
10 6 1
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunity Janez Cigler Kralj NSi Committee on Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Disability 10 March 2020 [28]
9 8 0
Minister of Infrastructure Jernej Vrtovec NSi Committee on Infrastructure, Environment and Spatial Planning 12 March 2020 [29]
11 7 3
Minister of the Interior Aleš Hojs SDS Committee on the Interior, Public Administration and Local Self-Government 11 March 2020 [30]
11 8 0
Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning Andrej Vizjak SDS Committee on Infrastructure, Environment and Spatial Planning 12 March 2020 [31]
12 6 3
Minister of Finance Andrej Šircelj SDS Committee on Finance 11 March 2020 [32]
11 8 0
Minister of Culture Vasko Simoniti SDS Committee on Culture 13 March 2020 [33]
12 5 2
Minister of Health Tomaž Gantar DeSUS Committee on Health 13 March 2020 [34]
13 3 5
Minister of Public Administration Boštjan Koritnik SMC Committee on the Interior, Public Administration and Local Self-Government 11 March 2020 [35]
11 7 1
Minister of Foreign Affairs Anže Logar SDS Committee on Foreign Policy 10 March 2020 [36]
13 7 0
Minister of Justice Lilijana Kozlovič SMC Committee on Justice 12 March 2020 [37]
8 4 3
Minister without portfolio for Development and EU Cohesion Policy Zvone Černač SDS Committee on Economy
Committee on European Union Affairs
13 March 2020 [38]
10 6 1
10 5 2
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian Diaspora Helena Jaklitsch SDS Commission for Relations with Slovenes in Neighbouring and Other Countries 13 March 2020 [39]
7 3 3

Biographies

Position Name Party Previous political and other positions
Prime Minister Janez Janša SDS
  • Prime Minister (2004-2008, 2012-2013)
  • President-in-Office of the European Council (2008)
  • Minister of Defence (1990-1994, 2000)
  • MP (1990, 1992, 1994-1996, 1996-2000, 2000-2004, 2004, 2008-2011, 2011, 2013-2014, 2014-2018, 2018-2020)
  • Leader of the Slovenian Democratic Party (1993-)
Minister of Economic Development and Technology Zdravko Počivalšek SMC
  • Minister of Economic Development and Technology (2014-2018, 2018-2020)
  • MP (2018)
  • President of the Modern Centre Party (2019-)
Minister of Defence Matej Tonin NSi
  • Speaker of the National Assembly (2018)
  • MP (2011-2014, 2014-2018, 2018-2020)
  • President of New Slovenia (2018-)
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Aleksandra Pivec DeSUS
  • Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food (2018-2020)
  • State Secretary in the Government Office for Slovenians Abroad (2016-2018)
  • President of Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia (2020-)
Minister of Education, Science and Sport Simona Kustec Lipicer SMC
  • MP (2014-2018)
  • Leader of the SMC Group in the NA (2014-2018)
Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunity Janez Cigler Kralj NSi
Minister of Infrastructure Jernej Vrtovec NSi
  • MP (2014-2018, 2018-2020)
Minister of the Interior Aleš Hojs SDS
  • Minister of Defence (2012-2013)
Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning Andrej Vizjak SDS
  • Minister of Economy (2004-2008)
  • Minister of Labour, Family and Social Affairs (2012-2013)
  • State Secretary in the Ministry of Labour, Family and Social Affairs (2000)
  • Mayor of Brežice (2002-2004)
  • MP (2000-2004, 2004, 2008-2011, 2012-2014)
  • Leader of the SDS Group in the NA (2000-2004)
Minister of Finance Andrej Šircelj SDS
  • State Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister (2005-2008)
  • MP (2011-2014, 2014-2018, 2018-2020)
Minister of Culture Vasko Simoniti SDS
  • Minister of Culture (2004-2008)
  • President-in-Office of the Council of the EU (2008)
Minister of Health Tomaž Gantar DeSUS
  • Minister of Health (2012-2013)
  • Mayor of Piran (2006-2010)
  • MP (2014-2018)
Minister of Public Administration Boštjan Koritnik SMC
Minister of Foreign Affairs Anže Logar SDS
  • MP (2014-2018, 2018-2020)
  • Director of Government Communication Office (2004-2008, 2012-2013)
  • Official Spokesperson of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the EU (2008)
Minister of Justice Lilijana Kozlovič SMC
  • Secretary-General of the Government (2016-2018)
  • MP (2014-2016)
Minister without portfolio for Development and EU Cohesion Policy Zvone Černač SDS
  • Minister of Infrastructure and Spatial Planning (2012-2013)
  • MP (2004-2008, 2011-2014, 2011-2012, 2013-2014, 2014-2018, 2018-2020)
Minister without portfolio for Slovenian Diaspora Helena Jaklitsch SDS

Former members

Name Party Position Time in office Reason
Andrej Možina SDS State Secretary in the Ministry of Health 13 March 2020 - 31 March 2020 Personal reasons
Franc Breznik SDS State Secretary in the Ministry of the Interior 20 March 2020 - 16 April 2020 Driving under the influence of alcohol
Miro Petek SDS Director of the Government Communication Office 13 March 2020 - 21 March 2020 Personal reasons
Rajko Kozmelj Ind. Director of the Slovene Intelligence and Security Agency 27 September 2018 - 14 April 2020 Personal reasons

See also

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  31. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/6ffc855bc5201cb45da0d4848dded1966858baee54b4d24c0ddcf19c3b57cec4
  32. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/af969de0de928729037d5a70a0fd6b52d60a90bcf15fbe51cda9cc793286ccb5
  33. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/405c6f817105ef0bcf35ddeb2d0a5efbc08fb8b87cd08315e6a7d6eb61ea7254
  34. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/49f3a4e7d15469cb75223dc2d349e302c1798c0b0bb1ede6e02d056887002586
  35. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/59d4c4b787214bb1d4051f0bd9149d1568891d2234724694b103702fbcbfc908
  36. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/4493d84b7a24ed8bfce0033cdb3518bba0ecbb83a7ae8245a014548cb7cc17da
  37. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/e1cae56bfa467477a3996cb62e14ea0da30591a930eba0a07d7bfc6bd6f6558c
  38. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/7fc1c1f16f0823df91bc1cc0b9c93e4f65a716d240e525dbdd537164483bc22c
  39. ^ https://imss.dz-rs.si/IMiS/ImisAdmin.nsf/ImisnetAgent?OpenAgent&2&DZ-MSS-01/5dd84bf3db9c27484ac2b569bfb5833b305584d807ab9900b0f198dcd37f30fa
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