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Many issues still open 20 years after passage of Italian minority law

Ljubljana/Trieste, 14 February - Twenty years ago the Italian parliament passed a special law safeguarding the rights of the Slovenian minority there. The legislation successfully addressed some issues, but many others remain open, in particular parliamentary representation, and some provisions are only partially implemented.

Trieste, Italy
President Borut Pahor visits National Hall after a document was signed to hand over this former Slovenian commercial and cultural centre from Italy onto the Slovenian minority in Italy.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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