Slovenians Vote to Have Communist-Era Intel Files Open

Ljubljana, 5 June - Slovenians voted unanimously against the government-sponsored law that would restrict access to the Communist-era intelligence archives, which means these records should in principle remain open with virtually no restrictions.

Culture Minister Majda Sirca after the government's triple referendum defeat.
Photo: Nebojša Tejic/STA

Culture Minister Majda Sirca (left) and Government Communication Office director Darijan Kosir concerned as they await final results of the triple referendum.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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