Proposal to declare WWII-related date public holiday voted down

Ljubljana, 5 May - A proposal to declare 13 May a public holiday to mark what is thought to be the first armed conflict with the Axis forces in WWII on Slovenian soil was rejected by the parliamentary Labour Committee in a narrow vote on Tuesday. The debate heard remarks about attempts to revise history and downplay the role of the Liberation Front.

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