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Čeferin says human rights law should be adjusted to social changes

Ljubljana, 12 June - Human rights law should be adjusted to social changes, or else it loses touch with reality and becomes an inefficient tool to address social issues, Rok Čeferin, the nominee for a Constitutional Court judge, said as he presented his bid at the Presidential Palace on Wednesday.

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Lawyer Rok Čeferin (left) presents his bid to become a Constitutional Court judge at the Presidential Palace.
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Lawyer Rok Čeferin, President Borut Pahor's pick for the Constitutional Court.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

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Lawyer Rok Čeferin, President Borut Pahor's pick for the Constitutional Court.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

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Lawyer Rok Čeferin appointed a new Constitutional Court, taking over at the end of September for a nine-year term.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA
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Lawyer Rok Čeferin, President Borut Pahor's pick for the Constitutional Court.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

Ljubljana
Lawyer Rok Čeferin, President Borut Pahor's pick for the Constitutional Court.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

Ljubljana
Lawyer Rok Čeferin, President Borut Pahor's pick for the Constitutional Court.
Photo: Jure Makovec/STA

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