Parliament Passes Amendments to Redressing of Injustices Act

Ljubljana, 27 September - Deputies on Thursday passed in 46-to-19 vote amendments to the redressing of injustices act, which allows the victims of post-war and state repression to file compensation claims even after 31 December 2007, the previously-set deadline.

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New Slovenia (NSi), lawmaker of the ruling New Slovenia (NSi), at today's parliament session.
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Ljubo Germic of the opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS) at today's parliament session.
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Janez Drobnic (right), an MP of the ruling New Slovenia (NSi), at today's parliament session.
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Marko Strovs, state secretary at the Labour, Family and Social Affairs Ministry, at today's parliament session.
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Marko Strovs, state secretary at the Labour, Family and Social Affairs Ministry, at today's parliament session.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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Eva Irgl (left) of the ruling Slovenian Democrats (SDS) alongside party colleague Bogomir Zamernik at today's parliament session.
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Janez Drobnic (left), an MP of the ruling New Slovenia (NSi), and Jozef Jerovsek, deputy of the ruling Slovenian Democrats (SDS), at today's parliament session.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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