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Amnesty International Repeats Concerns over Erased, Roma

Ljubljana, 27 May - Slovenia has made it into the 2009 Amnesty International human rights report on the same two accounts as the year before - the discrimination of the Roma and the violation of rights of the erased, a group of former Yugoslav citizens deleted from Slovenia's permanent residence registry in 1992.

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Slovenija presenting the organisation's annual report on human rights violations for 2009.
Pictured: project manager Blaz Kovac (left) and director Natasa Posel.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Slovenija presenting the organisation's annual report on human rights violations for 2009.
Pictured: director Natasa Posel.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Slovenija presenting the organisation's annual report on human rights violations for 2009.
Pictured: project manager Blaz Kovac.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Slovenija presenting the organisation's annual report on human rights violations for 2009.
Pictured: director Natasa Posel.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Slovenija presenting the organisation's annual report on human rights violations for 2009.
Pictured: director Natasa Posel.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Slovenija presenting the organisation's annual report on human rights violations for 2009.
Pictured: project manager Blaz Kovac (left) and director Natasa Posel.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Slovenija presenting the organisation's annual report on human rights violations for 2009.
Photo: Tina Kosec/STA

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