Erased Lose Patience with Govt, Turn to Human Rights Court
Ljubljana/Strasbourg, 4 July - Several hundreds of around 26,000 people who were unlawfully stripped of permanent residency status in 1992 have filed applications before the European Court of Human Rights over the failure of Slovenian authorities to adopt a national compensation scheme and to regulate comprehensively the situation of the erased.
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