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MPs Divided about Human Rights Reports

Ljubljana, 13 April - A scrutiny by the parliament's Commission for Petitions, Human Rights and Equal Opportunities of two reports on the state of human rights saw the coalition downplaying the warnings and the opposition urging the government to act.

Ljubljana, the National Assembly
The parliament's Commission for Petitions, Human Rights and Equal Opportunities scrutinizes two reports on the state of human rights; (left to right) MPs Eva Irgl (SDS), Marjetka Uhan (NSi), Majda Sirca (unaffiliated deputies) and Zvonko Cernac (SDS).

Ljubljana, the National Assembly
The parliament's Commission for Petitions, Human Rights and Equal Opportunities scrutinizes two reports on the state of human rights; (left to right) MPs Majda Potrata (SD) and Marjetka Uhan (NSi).

Ljubljana, the National Assembly
The parliament's Commission for Petitions, Human Rights and Equal Opportunities scrutinizes two reports on the state of human rights;Interior Ministery State Secretary Zvonko Zinrajh (first from the right).

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