Slovenia Left with 22 Percent of Forests after Denationalization
Ljubljana, 16 December - TOPIC/WEEK/DENATIONALIZATION/FORESTS
Recently the issue of denationalization has again roused much attention in Slovene public. This time the issue involves two main topics: the restitution of property to the Church and the recovery of nationalized forests mainly to former big landowners or foreigners who, in line with their interests in denationalization, hastily obtained Slovene citizenship. The issue was again brought before the Slovene Parliament. Some of its members insist on adopting a law that would freeze temporarily or partially (for 3 years) the restitution of the above mentioned type of property. Some legislators are in favour of changing the Denationalization Act, while some believe all these proposals throw ill light on denationalization, which became politicized.
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