>> An anti immigration party has won Slovenia's general election, joining a wave of Eastern EU members like Hungary and Poland->>
> Who reject EU plans for a quota system for asylum seekers. But despite winning the most votes late Sunday, the Slovenia Democratic Party could struggle to cover together a coalition.
Its hard line stands on immigration has left it short of potential partners. The SDS vows to reject EU, quote, obliging members to settle migrants. And to divert funds from them to security spending. Slovenia is on the Balkan route taken by many people fleeing poverty and war in the Middle East and Africa.
This year, the number of migrants crossing Slovenia on the way to other European countries has risen, pushing migration back up the agenda just two years after half a million migrants cross the tiny Adriatic country, whose population is just two million.>>
>> SDS leader Janez Jansa, a former Prime Minister, says his party puts Slovenians first.
But it won just a quarter of votes in a highly fragmented ballot, and if it fails to woe any partners, the center left runner up will probably get a crack at forming a government. Some say another election soon can't be ruled out.