Social Democrats (Slovenia)

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The Social Democrats (Slovene: Socialni demokrati, Slovene abbreviation: SD) is a centre-left[1][2] political party in Slovenia, currently led by Dejan Židan. From 1993 until 2005, the party was known as the United List of Social Democrats (Slovene: Združena lista socialnih demokratov, Slovene abbreviation: ZLSD, pronounced [zələsəˈdə́]).[3] Since 13 September 2018, the Social Democrats have been a coalition partner in the Šarec government.

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  1. Connor, Richard (5 December 2011), Center-left wins power in Croatia, Slovenian poll delivers surprise, DW
  2. "Slovenia", Freedom in the World 2009, Freedom House, archived from the original on 24 December 2013, retrieved 17 March 2012
  3. "Slovenski pravopis 2001: ZLSD".

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