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Judiciary Warns of Pressure on Its Autonomy

Portorož, 7 June - The situation in judiciary is improving, yet this branch is still facing dangerous pressure from politicians and the public, a panel on the judiciary and politics as part of the traditional Days of the Judiciary heard on Friday in Portorož. Much criticism was voiced about legislative proposals reducing the judiciary's autonomy.

Portorož
A panel on the judiciary and politics as part of the traditional Days of the Judiciary, featuring (pictured left to right) PS deputy Jani Möderndorfer, Judicial Council chair Janez Vlaj, Supreme Court President Branko Masleša and political analyst Vlado Miheljak.
Photo: Mitja Volčanšek/STA

Portorož
A panel on the judiciary and politics as part of the traditional Days of the Judiciary, featuring (pictured left to right) PS deputy Jani Möderndorfer, Judicial Council chair Janez Vlaj, Supreme Court President Branko Masleša and political analyst Vlado Miheljak.
Photo: Mitja Volčanšek/STA

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