Turkish companies to restrict movement of their workers in Slovenia

Ljubljana, 3 June - Turkish workers who will work on the 27-km Divača-Koper rail track are arriving in Slovenia. Stationed in a campus in the village of Orehek near Postojna, the workers will not be allowed to move freely and will work seven days a week, according to statements for RTV Slovenija. The opposition Left says this is a violation of workers' rights.

The construction of the second track on the Divača-Koper railway line in south-western Slovenia.
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