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Law Experts Apprehensive about Arbitration Deal with Croatia

Ljubljana, 8 December - Several top Slovenian law experts voiced reservations Tuesday about the border arbitration deal between Slovenia and Croatia, arguing that it is not as favourable for Slovenia as it is for Croatia.

Ljubljana
Closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
From left to right: France Bucar, Aleksander Ceferin, Miro Cerar, Damijan Gregorc, Jouef Kovac, Katarina Kresal, Vlasta Nussdorfer, Marko Pavliha, Natasa Pirc Musar and Nina Zidar Klemencic.
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Ljubljana
Constitutional law expert Miro Cerar at a closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
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Ljubljana
Information Commissioner Natasa Pirc Musar at a closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
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Ljubljana
Law expert Damijan Gregorc at the closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Lawyer Nina Zidar Klemencic at a closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Maritime law expert Marko Pavliha at a closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Interior Minister Katarina Kresal at a closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
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Ljubljana
Prosecutor Vlasta Nussdorfer at a closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
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Ljubljana
Lawyer Aleksander Ceferin at a closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
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Ljubljana
France Bucar, one of the authors of the Constitution, at a closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
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Ljubljana
Criminal law expert Jozef Kovac at the closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
From left to right: Director of event organiser IUS Software Tomaz Iskra, France Bucar, Aleksander Ceferin, Miro Cerar, Damijan Gregorc, Jouef Kovac, Katarina Kresal, Vlasta Nussdorfer, Marko Pavliha, Natasa Pirc Musar and Nina Zidar Klemencic.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
From left to right: France Bucar, Aleksander Ceferin, Miro Cerar, Damijan Gregorc, Jozef Kovac, Katarina Kresal, Vlasta Nussdorfer, Marko Pavliha, Natasa Pirc Musar and Nina Zidar Klemencic.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Law expert Damijan Gregorc, criminal law expert Jozef Kovac, and Interior Minister Katarina Kresal.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Prosecutor Vlasta Nussdorfer and legal expert Marko Pavliha.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Information Commissioner Natasa Pirc Musar, and high-profile lawyer Nina Zidar Klemencic
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Closing ceremony of the Ten most influential jurists in Slovenia in 2009 competition.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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