Marjan Sarec, leader of the List of Marjan Sarec (LMS), speaks to the media after the general election, in Kamnik, Slovenia, June 3, 2018. (REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic)
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The anti-immigration party of veteran center-right leader Janez Jansa is leading in Slovenia's parliamentary election, according to an exit poll published after voting ended on Sunday.The exit poll for public television gave 59-year-old Jansa's SDS party 24.4 percent, with the "anti-system" party of comedian-turned-politician Marjan Sarec coming second on 12.6 percent.The SMC party of outgoing prime minister Miro Cerar was projected to get 9.8 percent, followed by the left-wing Levica party and the centre-left Social Democrats on 9.5 and 9.3, respectively.The center-right Nova Slovenija is the only other party which has said it would work with Jansa and it was on 6.6 percent according to the exit poll, published after 7:00 pm (17:00 GMT)
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