Erased Bill Sparks Partisan Debate at Second Reading
Ljubljana, 19 November - The MPs passed at second reading on Tuesday the bill on compensation for the erased, thousands of former Yugoslav citizens erased from Slovenia's permanent resident registry in 1992. A highly partisan debate saw the opposition wanting to change the term erasure among other things, but saw all of its amendments voted down.
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