Slovenia: Plans on selection method will be announced On December 8!

According to reliable information, the final decisions on the representation of the country in the upcoming Eurovision 2023  will be made on December 8th.

Local media reports that the country’s state broadcaster, RTV Slovenija, will either follow the internal selection method or repeat the EMA, the established national final for the country’s representation in the competition.

Important, of course, is the fact that so far according to the official programming of RTV Slovenia, it has not been officially decided to hold a national final. The program and production plan is a fundamental document of the state body, which is approved annually by the Program Board of RTV Slovenia and defines the content that viewers, listeners, readers and other users of public media services will be able to watch. In this plan, among other things, the broadcasts of the entertainment program, such as the EMA and also the Eurovision Song Contest, are listed every year!

A few days therefore wait until the country’s official announcements on December 8th on how the country will select to bring the best possible result to Liverpool in 2023.

We remind you that this year’s winners of EMA 2022 and representatives of Slovenia at Eurovision 2022 were LPS with the song “Disko” who finished in the last place of the first semi-final:

Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding Slovenia’s participation in Eurovision 2023, in Liverpool!

source: evrovizija

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