Minority Representatives Criticise Tondo's Decrees
Trieste, 20 January - Two representatives of the Slovenian minority in Italy have voiced their criticism over the Italian decrees on the use of the Slovenian language in public, which were signed in December by the premier of Italy's Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, Renzo Tondo.
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