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Non-Parliamentary Parties Find TV Slovenija Discriminatory

Maribor, 2 September - A group of non-parliamentary parties standing in the upcoming general election protested on Tuesday against what they believe to be a discriminatory treatment by public broadcaster TV Slovenia. They warned they might boycott one of the few TV debates reserved for non-parliamentary parties.

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Representatives of non-parliamentary parties protesting against public broadcaster TV Slovenia's alleged discriminatory treatment. From left to right: Christian Democrats leader Joze Duhovnik, president of the List for Justice and Development Stojan Auer, leader of the Greens of Slovenia Vlado Cus and Party of the Slovenian Nation deputy president Lovro Skrinjaric.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

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Christian Democrats leader Joze Duhovnik protesting against public broadcaster TV Slovenia's alleged discriminatory treatment against non-parliamentary parties during election campaign.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

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Deputy Vice president of the Party of the Slovenian Nation Lovro Skrinjaric protesting against public broadcaster TV Slovenia's alleged discriminatory treatment against non-parliamentary parties during election campaign.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

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President of the Greens of Slovenia Vlado Cus protesting against public broadcaster TV Slovenia's alleged discriminatory treatment against non-parliamentary parties during election campaign.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

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Leader of the List for Justice and Development Stojan Auer protesting against public broadcaster TV Slovenia's alleged discriminatory treatment against non-parliamentary parties during election campaign.
Photo: Gregor Mlakar/STA

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