In Slovenia, young people are losing interest in politics

5 min

Available until 30/04/2025

Slovenia, a small country born of the break-up of the former Yugoslavia, has been independent since 1991 and a member of the EU since 2004. But at the last European elections in 2019, only one in 10 young Slovenians turned out to vote. And, according to the polls, things are unlikely to get any better at the next elections in June, with again only 10% of young people planning to vote. But what's behind this apathy towards the EU?

Journalist

Dorothée Haffner

Country

  • France

  • Germany

Year

2024

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