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Students Stage Mass Rally against Govt Reforms

Ljubljana, 19 April - An estimated 10,000 students gathered in the centre of Ljubljana to highlight that a comprehensive set of government-sponsored economic and social reforms would worsen their social situation. They have also pointed to the need for a better higher education system.

Ljubljana, Kongresni Square.
The student rally, dubbed Black Wednesday, against a comprehensive set of government-sponsored economic and social reforms, which the students claim would worsen their social situation. Miha Ulcar, the head of the Student Organisation of Slovenia.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA.

Ljubljana, Kongresni Square.
The student rally, dubbed Black Wednesday, against a comprehensive set of government-sponsored economic and social reforms, which the students claim would worsen their social situation. The slogan on the sign on the left reads "Dear government, whoever paid for your tuition fees?"
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA.

Ljubljana, Kongresni Square.
The student rally, dubbed Black Wednesday, against a comprehensive set of government-sponsored economic and social reforms, which the students claim would worsen their social situation. The slogan on the sign reads "I just have to finish secondary school, win the lottery and then enter university".
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA.

Ljubljana, the Kongresni trg square.
Students' mass rally "Black Wednesday" for better social status and higher education system, staged by the Slovenian Students' Organisation (SOS).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, the Kongresni trg square.
Students' mass rally "Black Wednesday" for better social status and higher education system, staged by the Slovenian Students' Organisation (SOS).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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