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Minority Threatens Fresh Lawsuits over Bilingual Signs

Klagenfurt, 4 July - Representatives of a Slovenian minority organisation in Austria have threatened to put more international pressure on the country as well as launch legal proceedings in Austria after the country's government failed to solve the issue of Slovenian-German place names in the border province of Carinthia before the parliamentary recess.

Klagenfurt, Austria
The leadership of the National Council of Carinthian Slovenians (NSKS), a Slovenian minority organisation in the Austrian border province of Carinthia.
From left to right: NSKS secretary Marjan Pipp, President Matevz Grilc and deputy president Rudi Vouk.

Klagenfurt, Austria
The leadership of the National Council of Carinthian Slovenians (NSKS), a Slovenian minority organisation in the Austrian border province of Carinthia.
From left to right: NSKS secretary Marjan Pipp, President Matevz Grilc and deputy president Rudi Vouk.

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