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Justice Minister Fails to Prevent Judges' Protest

Ljubljana, 7 April - Justice Minister Lovro Sturm failed on Monday to convince judges not to stage a token strike on Tuesday. Coming out of today's last-ditch meeting with judiciary representatives, Sturm said that a temporary solution on wages would be sought within the existing legislation.

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Janja Roblek, the president of the Slovenian Judges Association, Supreme Court President Franc Testen and Justice Minister Lovro Sturm (left to right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, ministrstvo za pravosodje.
Srečanje ministra za pravosodje s predsedniki sodnega sveta, vrhovnega sodišča in Slovenskega sodniškega društva.
Minister za pravosodje Lovro Šturm.
Foto: Domen Grögl/STA

Ljubljana, ministrstvo za pravosodje.
Srečanje ministra za pravosodje s predsedniki sodnega sveta, vrhovnega sodišča in Slovenskega sodniškega društva.
Minister za pravosodje Lovro Šturm.
Foto: Domen Grögl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Supreme Court President Franc Testen.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Supreme Court President Franc Testen.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Janja Roblek, the president of the Slovenian Judges Association.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Janja Roblek, the president of the Slovenian Judges Association.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Janja Roblek, the president of the Slovenian Judges Association.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Janja Roblek, the president of the Slovenian Judges Association, Supreme Court President Franc Testen and Justice Minister Lovro Sturm (left to right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm receiving Supreme Court President Franc Testen (right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm, Janja Roblek, the president of the Slovenian Judges Association, and Supreme Court President Franc Testen (left to right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Supreme Court President Franc Testen.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Janja Roblek, the president of the Slovenian Judges Association.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Supreme Court President Franc Testen (right) and the president of the Slovenian Judges Association, Janja Roblek (left).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Minister Lovro Sturm's meeting with presidents of the Judicial Council, Supreme Court and Slovenian Judges Association over the pending strike of judges.
Supreme Court President Franc Testen (left) and the president of the Slovenian Judges Association, Janja Roblek (right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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