A cyclist rides past electoral posters of president incumbent, Danilo Turk, left and former prime minister Borut Pahor in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Thousands protested against the government in Slovenia on Friday, as tensions soared ahead of this weekend’s presidential runoff in the small and economically struggling EU member state that is in danger of needing an international bailout. (AP Photo/Matej Leskovsek)

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A cyclist rides past electoral posters of president incumbent, Danilo Turk, left and former prime minister Borut Pahor in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Thousands protested against the government in Slovenia on Friday, as tensions soared ahead of this weekend’s presidential runoff in the small and economically struggling EU member state that is in danger of needing an international bailout.  (AP Photo/Matej Leskovsek)
A cyclist rides past electoral posters of president incumbent, Danilo Turk, left and former prime minister Borut Pahor in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Thousands protested against the government in Slovenia on Friday, as tensions soared ahead of this weekend’s presidential runoff in the small and economically struggling EU member state that is in danger of needing an international bailout. (AP Photo/Matej Leskovsek)
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