Parliament Backs Amendments to Bill on Slovenians Abroad
Ljubljana, 2 March - In its second reading of the bill on Slovenians abroad, the parliament on Thursday passed several amendments proposed by three coalition parties. In line with the main amendment, the notion of immigration has been struck out and is to be covered by the term repatriation.
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