PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, MAY 28, 1992
Ljubljana, 27 May - VEČER: CRIME - All that was seen yesterday in our homes on television screens, and shocked the consciousness of people around the world, was neither war nor politics, neither fight for freedom of a Balkan nation, state or republic nor religious hatred which has been so successfully nurtured for centuries in the doomed Balkan Peninsula, says Slavko Vezovišek. It was a crime! A brutal, outrageous, vicious and shocking crime devastating for all who are seeking a way towards peace, but only one among many other crimes. However, there is also the crime of those who have the power, authority, right and duty to prevent such crimes against people everywhere in the world. The author adds at the end that also that crime has become bigger after the yesterday's events.
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