Ombudsman Requests Constitutional Review of Minor Offences Act
Ljubljana, 25 January - The Office of the Human Rights Ombudsman has requested a constitutional review of the provision of the minor offences act dealing with fine enforcement by imprisonment, arguing that the provision violates the basic human rights and fundamental freedoms.
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