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Union Boss: Workers' Rights Violations Occur Daily in Slovenia

Ljubljana, 8 December - Workers' rights violations are an everyday occurrence in Slovenia, Dusan Semolic, the head of the Association of Free Trade Unions, Slovenia's largest trade union confederation, told the press in Ljubljana on Friday. Trade union representatives later met Parliament Speaker France Cukjati, who labelled them "first defenders of human rights at the work place".

Ljubljana, parliament
Representatives of two Slovenian trade union confederations stage a peaceful protest in front of parliament to point to violations of workers rights.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, parliament
Representatives of two Slovenian trade union confederations stage a peaceful protest in front of parliament to point to violations of workers rights.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, parliament
Representatives of two Slovenian trade union confederations stage a peaceful protest in front of parliament to point to violations of workers rights. The banner reads "Workers' Rights = Human Rights".
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, parliament
Representatives of two Slovenian trade union confederations stage a peaceful protest in front of parliament to point to violations of workers rights. The banner reads "Workers' Rights = Human Rights".
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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