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Italy's Protection Act Not Implemented Fully, Minority Reps Say on Anniversary

Ljubljana, 14 February - The heads of the two Slovenian minority organisations in Italy highlighted that while Italy's passage of the minority protection act ten years ago represented a major step forward, not all provisions of the act have been implemented in the decade since.

Ljubljana
Slovenian Cultural and Economic Association (SKGZ) president Rudi Pavsic (left) and Council of Slovenian Organisations (SSO) president Drago Stoka reflect on the implementation of the Italian minority protection act at the tenth anniversary of its passage.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Slovenian Cultural and Economic Association (SKGZ) president Rudi Pavsic (left) and Council of Slovenian Organisations (SSO) president Drago Stoka reflect on the implementation of the Italian minority protection act at the tenth anniversary of its passage.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Slovenian Cultural and Economic Association (SKGZ) president Rudi Pavsic (left) and Council of Slovenian Organisations (SSO) president Drago Stoka reflect on the implementation of the Italian minority protection act at the tenth anniversary of its passage.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
Slovenian Cultural and Economic Association (SKGZ) president Rudi Pavsic (left) and Council of Slovenian Organisations (SSO) president Drago Stoka reflect on the implementation of the Italian minority protection act at the tenth anniversary of its passage.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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