Drnov

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Janez Drnovšek - Membership in The Yugoslav Presidency
... Drnovšek, until then rather unknown to the public, defeated Marko Bulc, the Party's preferred candidate ... Drnovšek served as chairman of the Collective Presidency from 1989 until 1990 ... Following the Ten Day War, Drnovšek used his position in the Collective Presidency to help mediate the Brioni Agreement and to negotiate a peaceful withdrawal of Yugoslav army from Slovenia ...
History Of Slovenia - Republic of Slovenia (1990-present) - Kučan Presidency (1990-2002) - Drnovšek Premiership (1992-2002)
... in Slovenia in 1990 and led the country to independence, Drnovšek became the second Prime Minister of independent Slovenia ... Shortly afterwards, Drnovšek was elected president of the Liberal Democratic Party (Liberalno demokratska stranka - LDS), the legal successor of the Association of Socialist Youth of Slovenia (Zveza socialistične ... The Liberal Democratic Party under Drnovšek's leadership won the 1992 parliamentary elections, but due to a high fragmentation of the popular vote ...
Janez Drnovšek - Personal
... Drnovšek was fluent in six languages, Slovene, Serbo-Croatian, English, Spanish, French and German ... He was divorced with one son, Jaša Drnovšek, who is a translator and journalist ... His sister is Helena Drnovšek Zorko, who has been the Slovenian ambassador in Japan from September 2010 ...
Slovenia Summit 2001
... It was hosted by the then Prime Minister of Slovenia Janez Drnovšek and by the President of Slovenia Milan Kučan ... privately, each met with Prime Minister Janez Drnovšek and President Milan Kučan ... Speaking with Bush, Drnovšek and Kučan focused on NATO expansion and partnership among Europe, the US and Russia ...
Janez Drnovšek - President of Slovenia and The Change in Lifestyle - Conflict With The Government
... Between 2002 and 2004, the relationship between President Drnovšek and Janez Janša, then leader of the opposition, were considered more than good and in the first year of cohabitation, no ... In the beginning of his term, Drnovšek, who was ill with kidney cancer, stayed out of public view ... Drnovšek's new approach to politics prompted one political commentator to nickname him "Slovenia's Gandhi" ...