“People are already asking us if we will change the individuals in the highest positions. Of course we will. On all levels. We will do everything we can to recreate the normal state. One of the mistakes of the centre-left is also that we are constantly saying, ‘Oh, we should not all be the same.’ Praying to a machine gun does not work. Šarec is to blame, but the rifle is still flat!” the head of the LMŠ party, Marjan Šarec, announced a personnel tsunami in an interview with Ona magazine.
Former Prime Minister and head of the LMŠ party, Marjan Šarec, announced a personnel tsunami in an interview with Ona magazine – if his party ever returns to power. “Of course we will. On all levels,” he said when the interviewer asked him if the left-wing parties are planning to replace the individuals in the highest management positions if and when they return to power. They were already doing all of this intensively when Šarec’s government was still in power; however, by resigning, Šarec prevented himself from further staffing.
The left-wing parties, and Marjan Šarec in particular, are openly announcing their plan to replace all of the people who were appointed by the new government. Well, before they can do that, the LMŠ party has to win the elections first, which, according to public opinion polls, will not be an easy task, so they want to get to early elections as soon as possible, or at least before their support completely diminishes.
The LMŠ party would be particularly affected if the president of the Court of Audit, Tomaž Vesel, entered the political race. When that happens, LMŠ will become a minor party that will be considered lucky if it ever sees the parliament again.