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Equal Opportunities Office Concerned by Local Election Results

Ljubljana, 27 October - The Office for Equal Opportunities is not satisfied with the share of women representatives elected in the recent local elections. Its head said that the election of 23% of women councillors and less than 5% of women mayors does not represent gender equality.

Ljubljana.
Director of the Ombudsman's Expert Service Bojana Cvahte at the press conference on the results of the local elections 2010.
Photo:Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana.
The press conference on the results of the local elections 2010.
Pictured from left to right: Head of the Office for Equal Rights Tanja Salecl and President of the Women's Lobby of Slovenia Metka Roksandic.
Photo:Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana.
The press conference on the results of the local elections 2010.
Pictured from left to right: Director of the Ombudsman's Expert Service Bojana Cvahte and Head of the Office for Equal Rights Tanja Salecl.
Photo:Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana.
President of the Women's Lobby of Slovenia Metka Roksandic at the press conference on the results of the local elections 2010.
Photo:Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana.
President of the Women's Lobby of Slovenia Metka Roksandic at the press conference on the results of the local elections 2010.
Photo:Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana.
Director of the Ombudsman's Expert Service Bojana Cvahte at the press conference on the results of the local elections 2010.
Photo:Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana.
Head of the Office for Equal Opportunities Tanja Salecl speaking at the press conference on the results of the local elections 2010.
Photo:Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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