Slovenian MEPs Say Ruling on Erased Will Need to Be Respected
Ljubljana, 29 June - Three Slovenian MEPs said on Friday in their separate responses that Slovenia would need to respect Tuesday's ruling of the European Court of Human Rights regarding compensation it will need to pay to people erased from the permanent residence registry in 1992.
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