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New Constitutional Court Holds First Session

Ljubljana, 5 April - The Constitutional Court, Slovenia's highest court, held its first session on Thursday after Franc Grad took up his nine-year term, two months after his confirmation by the National Assembly.

Ljubljana, Constitutional Court
The Constitutional Court holds its first session with a new member, Franc Grad.
Pictured left to right: Franc Grad, Joze Tratnik, Zvonko Fiser, Alojz Janko, Janez Cebulj, Mirjam Skrk, Milojka Modrijan, Ciril Ribicic and Marija Krisper Kramberger.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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MPs to vote on the appointment of four new Constitutional Court judges and the appointment of new state prosecutor general.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA
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Ljubljana, Constitutional Court
The Constitutional Court holds its first session with a new member, Franc Grad.
Pictured left to right: Franc Grad, Joze Tratnik, Zvonko Fiser, Alojz Janko, Janez Cebulj, Mirjam Skrk, Milojka Modrijan, Ciril Ribicic and Marija Krisper Kramberger.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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