Ombudsman finds no bilinguality flaws at state institutions
Ljubljana, 18 October - The Human Rights Ombudsman has found that the Slovenian police, administrative units and courts did not breach regulations governing bilinguality, which apply in areas where the Hungarian and Italian minorities live. Still, Ombudsman Vlasta Nussdorfer said this did not mean irregularities were not taking place.
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