Privatizing Cultural Monuments and Publicly-Owned Natural Wonders

Slovene Parliament endorsed in March a Law on Privatization of Publicly-Owned Cultural Monuments and Natural Wonders, submitted to the parliamentary procedure by a group of five MPs, members of the governing Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS). According to State Secretary to the Ministry of Culture Silvester Gabršček, this enables the experts - regional Offices for Natural and Cultural Heritage Preservation - to deal with each case separately in compliance with the Law. Their decisions will be approved by the Ministry of Culture. The Law was published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, no. 16 dated 22 March, 1996, and was enforced on 23 March.

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