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Danica Fink Hafner discussed elections in podcast Prof. dr. Danica Fink Hafner discussed elections and party cooperation in Slovenia with Zsolt Enyedi in podcast titled Voters turn towards symbolic personalities when they are dissappointed with political parties.

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