Succession Negotiator Finds Savings Deposits Ruling Unfair
Ljubljana, 20 July - Miran Mejak, the head of the Slovenian team negotiating on succession to the former Yugoslavia, deems the European Court of Human Rights' ruling against Slovenia in the case of Yugoslav-era savings deposits unfair. In an interview with the STA he argues that each successor state should repay its own deposit holders.
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