In a press conference he himself convened with urgency, Sarec stated that "the government has not been able to implement radical reforms or the structural", and for this it would be honest to go for early elections". In the past few days had resigned for personal reasons, the minister of finance, Andrej Bertoncelj . The president, Borut Impact , will now begin talks to explore the willingness to form a new coalition.
Responding to the attacks of the opposition, Sarec in mid-January, had considered that there were reasons for the fall of the executive. In an interview for the newspaper Delo the premier had spoken of a location realistic of the executive in its efforts to reform. "If we all work for the same goal we will be able to solve problems," he said.
Ex-comedian and ex-journalist, Sarec became the leader of the populist party of the centre-left "List of Marjan Sarec" (Lms), and was elected in August 2018 as the ninth prime minister in the history of slovenia. In the elections of June 2018, the Lms had obtained 12.6% of the votes, thus becoming the second party's largest national Assembly. After the vote, the government led by the prime minister, Sarec, was formed by a coalition of the minority that joined the addition to the List of Marjan Sarec, the social Democrats, the Party of the Modern Centre, the Alliance of Alenka Bratusek and the ruling Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia.