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Opposition Disappointed but Not Surprised by Decision on Erased

Ljubljana, 15 June - The opposition is disappointed with the Constitutional Court's decision against a referendum on legislation that reinstates the status of some of the estimated 26,000 citizens of the former Yugoslavia who were deleted from Slovenia's permanent resident registry in 1992. Coalition deputies welcomed the news.

Ljubljana
A press conference at which coalition parties welcomed the Constitutional Court's decision against a referendum on legislation that reinstates the status of some of the estimated 26,000 citizens of the former Yugoslavia who were deleted from Slovenia's permanent resident registry in 1992.
Pictured (left to right): Josko Godec of DeSUS, Anton Anderlic of the LDS, Miran Potrc of the SD and Franco Juri of Zares.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference at which coalition parties welcomed the Constitutional Court's decision against a referendum on legislation that reinstates the status of some of the estimated 26,000 citizens of the former Yugoslavia who were deleted from Slovenia's permanent resident registry in 1992.
Pictured (left to right): Josko Godec of DeSUS, Anton Anderlic of the LDS, Miran Potrc of the SD and Franco Juri of Zares.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference at which coalition parties welcomed the Constitutional Court's decision against a referendum on legislation that reinstates the status of some of the estimated 26,000 citizens of the former Yugoslavia who were deleted from Slovenia's permanent resident registry in 1992.
Pictured (left to right): Anton Anderlic of the LDS, Josko Godec of DeSUS, Franco Juri of Zares and Miran Potrc of the SD .
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference at which coalition parties welcomed the Constitutional Court's decision against a referendum on legislation that reinstates the status of some of the estimated 26,000 citizens of the former Yugoslavia who were deleted from Slovenia's permanent resident registry in 1992.
Pictured (left to right): Josko Godec of DeSUS, Anton Anderlic of the LDS, Franco Juri of Zares and Miran Potrc of the SD .
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
A press conference at which coalition parties welcomed the Constitutional Court's decision against a referendum on legislation that reinstates the status of some of the estimated 26,000 citizens of the former Yugoslavia who were deleted from Slovenia's permanent resident registry in 1992.
Pictured (left to right): Josko Godec of DeSUS, Anton Anderlic of the LDS, Miran Potrc of the SD and Franco Juri of Zares.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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