Slovenian Prison Rate Soared in 2006
Ljubljana, 13 April - Slovenia recorded in 2006 the highest number of prisoners since its independence, the average number for last year standing at 1,267. "The daily average number of prisoners increased considerably, especially towards the end of last year, and is still rising," Tomaz Smole, the general director of the Slovenian prison administration, told the press on Friday.
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