Slovenia elections: Anti-immigrant party set to make gains

Half a million people fleeing war and poverty passed through Slovenia in 2015 on their way to Western Europe, and since then migration has been pushed up the electoral agenda.

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    A right-wing, anti-immigration party is leading the polls in Slovenia ahead of Sunday's parliamentary election.

    Half-a-million migrants passed through Slovenia on their way to Western Europe in 2015.

    That thrust immigration into the spotlight, in a country with a population of just two million.

    Al Jazeera's Emma Hayward reports.


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