Janez Jansa has won the Slovenian elections for Prime Minister. So, what does that mean for Slovenia?
Janez has told the media that once he elected, the borders between Slovenia and Croatia will be sealed shut to stop migrants from entering. Janez is not anti-immigrant but against migrants. Migrants have made a dangerous and destructive path to european nations who have allowed them in. Hungary itself has sealed their borders, yet chaos, litter, and no respect to the country was given.
Even though Jansa was subject to many controversial problems in the past, I believe no time is better then now for his return to power with the migrant crisis being a issue. Viktor Orban, Hungary's prime minister praised Jansa for the job he is doing long before the elections. Jansa tweeted "Thanks to its (migration) policy, Hungary is a safe country, while Belgium, due to its wrong policy, isn't"
As a Slovenian, we will have job security because of Jansa. Migrants come in, take our jobs and beg for our money, with the borders now being sealed we will not have to worry of such a thing. This is Jansa's third time as the Slovenian Prime Minister.
When Jansa was in his 20's he was one of the main people to protest and fight against the pro, Yugoslav- Serbian forces during the ten day war. He was then named the defence minister of the then democratically governed nation, to fight against the JNA (Yugoslav peoples' army). It was in 1994 that Jansa was forced to resign.
Janez Jansa made a comeback 10 years later in 2004, when he was named Prime Minister of Slovenia. However, on the eve of the 2008 elections he was implicated in a bribery scandal connected to a 278 million euro ($324 million) deal with Finnish company Patria -- Slovenia's biggest defence deal ever -- and a spell in opposition beckoned. In 2013, only a year into his second term, he was forced out by another corruption scandal and subsequently given a two-year jail sentence for a bribery conviction relating to the Patria case.
Now he is back as the leader of the Republic of Slovenija and there is no better ally to back him then Viktor Orban. With Hungarian Orban backing Jansa, I foresee other Balkan Countries such as Serbia and Croatia to soon follow. I also believe that Serbia's Aleksander Vucic will now be watching his back closely as Jansa is not a person to back down. Whatever the future holds, with Jansa as the Prime Minster, our future is looking good.
Despite the past with Jansa, he will help hold jobs, keep Slovenia safe and help work on making sure Slovenia has a strong economy.