Quarter-century after erasure, EUR 25m granted in compensation
Ljubljana, 26 February - Twenty-five years since more than 25,000 nationals of the former Yugoslav republics were deleted from Slovenia's register of permanent residents, their status has by and large been tackled with EUR 25m-worth of compensation claims upheld so far. But discontent among the erased remains.
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