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Coalition, Opposition Toe the Line in Debate on the Erased

Ljubljana, 8 March - The coalition and opposition remained firmly entrenched in their views on the erased in a debate in parliament Monday about amendments to a relevant 1999 act, the latest attempt to rectify what is seen as one of the gravest human rights violations in Slovenia.

Ljubljana
Interior Minister Katarina Kresal presents amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Vito Rozej of the coalition Zares speaks at a session of the National Assembly discussing amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Vito Rozej of the coalition Zares speaks at a session of the National Assembly discussing amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Vinko Gorenak of the opposition Democrats (SDS) speaks at a session of the National Assembly discussing amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Interior Minister Katarina Kresal presents amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Interior Minister Katarina Kresal presents amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Interior Minister Katarina Kresal (left) and Interior Ministry State Secretary Goran Klemencic arrive in parliament to presents amendments to the act regulating the legal status of citizens of former yugoslavia living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Vinko Gorenak of the opposition Democrats (SDS) speaks at a session of the National Assembly discussing amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Interior Minister Katarina Kresal presents amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Interior Minister Katarina Kresal presents amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Vinko Gorenak of the opposition Democrats (SDS) speaks at a session of the National Assembly discussing amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
A session of the National Assembly discussing amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
A session of the National Assembly discussing amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Interior Minister Katarina Kresal presents amendments to the Act Regulating the Legal Status of Citizens of Former Yugoslavia Living in the Republic of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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