Railway project leads to political crisis in Slovenia

The existing single-track line from the port of Koper to the main line at Divača is 44·3 km long (Photo: www.drugitir.si).

SLOVENIA: Prime Minister Miro Cerar announced his resignation on March 14, after a court annulled the result of a September 2017 referendum in which 53·5% of voters had backed the government’s plans to build a 27 km second track to increase capacity on the route serving the Port of Koper.

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