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Slovenia Must Still be Relaxed, Panel Hears

Ljubljana, 12 June - Participants of Tuesday's panel by an association of right-leaning thinkers have said that Slovenia is not relaxed enough. In their addresses, participants of the event organised by the Assembly for the Republic hailed the late dissident Joze Pucnik as a model of democracy and welcomed the government's decision to name Ljubljana's international airport after him.

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Head of the Assembly for the Republic Peter Jambrek addresses the panel entitled "How Relaxed is Slovenia in 2007?.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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MEP Borut Pahor arrives to the panel entitled "How Relaxed is Slovenia in 2007?.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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MEP Alojz Peterle gets ready to speak at the panel entitled "How Relaxed is Slovenia in 2007?.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Students protest against the Assembly for the Republic on the sidelines of the panel entitled "How Relaxed is Slovenia in 2007?.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Literary historian Janko Kos addresses the panel entitled "How Relaxed is Slovenia in 2007?.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Head of the Assembly for the Republic Peter Jambrek (left) and poet Niko Grafenauer (right) converse during the panel entitled "How Relaxed is Slovenia in 2007?.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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