In Slovenia, parties enjoy the lowest trust of any political institution and have weak roots in society. In January 2019, 98 parties were registered in the country, 12 more than in January 2017 and electoral volatility remains high.

The review period was characterized by very good economic results, as after the financial crisis, GDP growth resumed in 2014 and was at 4.9% in 2017. Slovenia has one of the highest levels of GDP per capita (PPP) in the region.

In 2017 and 2018, Slovenia faced a problem of systemic corruption and the Commission for the Prevention of Corruption has not managed to improve its lowered public image.

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