Ombudsman concerned over mental health legislation
Ljubljana, 10 October - Human Rights Ombudsman warned on World Mental Health Day that Slovenia does not have a national programme for mental health protection. Such a programme was envisaged by the mental health act that entered into force in 2008, which was when the government promised to draw up a development strategy and a plan of action within a year.
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