Slovenian centre-right leader Janez Jansa leads national election

With nearly all the votes counted, Janez Jansa‘s SDS party looks to have won just over 25 percent of the vote, putting him in a strong position to seek a third stint as prime minister. But first Jansa, 59, will have to find coalition partners — no easy task as so many of Slovenia’s other parties have said they won’t work with him, AFP reports.

Analysts say Slovenia faces political instability, either under a right-wing coalition led by Jansa or one from the center left.

“It seems clear that the SDS will win but everything else about this election is unclear because the question is whether the SDS will be able to form a government coalition,” said Meta Roglic, a political analyst with daily newspaper Dnevnik.