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Human Rights Commission Refrains from Condemning Probe at Foreign Ministry

Ljubljana, 19 March - The coalition majority in the parliamentary Human Rights Commission voted down on Wednesday a proposal calling for a government reaction to alleged human rights violations at the Foreign Ministry. Instead it called on employers in general to adopt rules enabling exemptions from the ban on the checking of employees' personal records.

Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
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Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
Social Democrats (SD) MP Darja Lavtizar Bebler.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
Dusan Kumer of the Social Democrats (SD).
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
Majda Sirca of Zares.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
Foreign Ministry State Secretary Andrej Ster.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
Majda Sirca of Zares.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana, DZ
Seja komisije za peticije ter za človekove pravice in enake možnosti.
Poslanca Eva Irgl in Bogomir Zamernik (oba SDS)
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Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
Merjetka Uhan (New Slovenia/NSI) and Eva Irgl (Slovenian Democrats/SDS).
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
Foreign Ministry State Secretary Andrej Ster (right).
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Session of the parliamentary Human Rights Commission.
Independent MP Slavko Gaber and Majda Sirca of Zares.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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