Minority in Italy Divided over Unified Representation

Gorizia, 13 February - The Slovenian minority in Italy is seeking to establish a common democratically-elected body that would represent the entire community. However, a panel held in Gorizia on Monday evening showed that this would be difficult, as speakers pointed out the minority was not even capable of putting together a single unified delegation.

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