“We need to conduct reforms and adopt changes in accordance with what the demonstrators demanded,” Mr. Turk said. “That is how we should act.”
Turnout among Slovenia‘s 1.7 million voters was around 12 percent in the first four hours — lower than in the first round — in another sign of voters’ discontent.
Some Slovenes, such as 35-year-old high-school teacher Igor Vulic, say that no politician can bring about any change and that Slovenia needs new leaders.
“They should just all go,” he said.