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Amnesty: Complacency EU's Main Problem in Tackling Human Rights

Ljubljana, 10 December - Complacency is one of Europe's key problems in tackling human rights issues, representatives of Amnesty International said on Monday as they presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk a memorandum which the human rights NGO traditionally hands to high representatives of every country about to assume EU presidency.

Ljubljana
Deputy director of Amnesty International's EU office Natalia Alonso (left) and Amnesty International Slovenia director Natasa Posel (right) presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk a memorandum on Slovenia's EU presidency.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Deputy director of Amnesty International's EU office Natalia Alonso (pictured) and Amnesty International Slovenia director Natasa Posel presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk a memorandum on Slovenia's EU presidency.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Deputy director of Amnesty International's EU office Natalia Alonso and Amnesty International Slovenia director Natasa Posel presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk (pictured) a memorandum on Slovenia's EU presidency.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Deputy director of Amnesty International's EU office Natalia Alonso (left) and Amnesty International Slovenia director Natasa Posel presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk (right) a memorandum on Slovenia's EU presidency.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Deputy director of Amnesty International's EU office Natalia Alonso (left) and Amnesty International Slovenia director Natasa Posel presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk (right) a memorandum on Slovenia's EU presidency.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Deputy director of Amnesty International's EU office Natalia Alonso (left) and Amnesty International Slovenia director Natasa Posel (right) presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk a memorandum on Slovenia's EU presidency.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Deputy director of Amnesty International's EU office Natalia Alonso (left) and Amnesty International Slovenia director Natasa Posel presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk (right) a memorandum on Slovenia's EU presidency.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Deputy director of Amnesty International's EU office Natalia Alonso (left) and Amnesty International Slovenia director Natasa Posel presented to President-elect Danilo Tuerk (right) a memorandum on Slovenia's EU presidency.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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