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Exhibition Stresses Importance of Photography in Democratisation

Ljubljana, 7 May - The importance of the photo of the incumbent Prime Minister Janez Jansa's arrest for the democratisation of Slovenia was stressed at the opening of an exhibition marking the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Human Rights Committee, one of the cornerstones of democratisation efforts in the then Socialist Republic of Slovenia.

Ljubljana
Opening of photo exhibition marking the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Human Rights Committee, prompted by the 1988 trial before a military court against three journalists of magazine Mladina and a non-commissioned officer.
Former president of the Human Rights Committee Igor Bavcar (left) and featured photographer Tone Stojko.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
Photographer Tone Stojko.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
From left to right: photographer Tone Stojko, commentators Ali Zerdin, Vlado Miheljak, and Igor Vidmar.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
Ljubljana City Museum Director Blaz Persin and commentator Ali Zerdin and Igor Vidmar.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
The author of the exhibition Blaz Vurnik and commentator Ervin Hladnik Milharcic.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
Commentator Ervin Hladnik Milharcic and photographer Tone Stojko.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
Commentator Igor Vidmar.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
Photographer Tone Stojko.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
Commentators Ali Zerdin (left) and Vlado Miheljak.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
Commentator Vlado Miheljak.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Panel entitled "Can a Photo, Sound and a Word Bring Down a Regime?".
Ljubljana City Museum Director Blaz Persin.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Opening of photo exhibition marking the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Human Rights Committee, prompted by the 1988 trial before a military court against three journalists of magazine Mladina and a non-commissioned officer.
Former president of the Human Rights Committee Igor Bavcar (left) and featured photographer Tone Stojko.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Opening of photo exhibition marking the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Human Rights Committee, prompted by the 1988 trial before a military court against three journalists of magazine Mladina and a non-commissioned officer.
Former president of the Human Rights Committee Igor Bavcar (left) and ZARES MP Pavel Gantar (second from the left).
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Opening of photo exhibition marking the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Human Rights Committee, prompted by the 1988 trial before a military court against three journalists of magazine Mladina and a non-commissioned officer.
Former president of the Human Rights Committee Igor Bavcar (right) and featured photographer Tone Stojko.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Opening of photo exhibition marking the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Human Rights Committee, prompted by the 1988 trial before a military court against three journalists of magazine Mladina and a non-commissioned officer.
Former mayor of Ljubljana Vika Potocnik and politician Franc Bucar.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

Ljubljana
Opening of photo exhibition marking the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Human Rights Committee, prompted by the 1988 trial before a military court against three journalists of magazine Mladina and a non-commissioned officer.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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