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Deputies Remain Divided on Intelligence Archives Law

Ljubljana, 4 February - In presenting changes to the act on historical documents and archives in parliament on Friday, the government argued that access to intelligence archives would not be fully denied but merely restricted. The opposition retorted that restricting access to such documents was a practice of the totalitarian times.

Ljubljana
The National Assembly discussing the government-sponsored changes to the act on historical documents and archives.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
The National Assembly discussing the government-sponsored changes to the act on historical documents and archives.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana, DZ.
Nadaljevanje seje DZ, na kateri so obravnavali novelo zakona o varstvu dokumentarnega in arhivskega gradiva ter arhivih in predlog zakona o spodbujanju skladnega regionalnega razvoja.
Ministrica za kulturo Majda Širca.
Foto: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Culture Minister Majda Sirca, whose ministry is in charge of archives management policy, presenting the government-sponsored changes to the act on historical documents and archives.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Culture Minister Majda Sirca, whose ministry is in charge of archives management policy, presenting the government-sponsored changes to the act on historical documents and archives.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

Ljubljana
Culture Minister Majda Sirca, whose ministry is in charge of archives management policy, presenting the government-sponsored changes to the act on historical documents and archives.
Photo: Nebojsa Tejic/STA

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