Minority Protection Act Passed Ten Years Ago
Trieste/Gorizia/Udine, 13 February - The Italian Senate passed an umbrella law safeguarding the Slovenian minority on 14 February 2001. The date is considered a milestone since the Slovenian community in Italy had been waiting since the end of WWII to enjoy protection by statute, but jubilation will be subdued as the law is still not fully implemented in practice.
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