Slovenian Constitution turns thirty

Ljubljana, 23 December - The Slovenian Constitution turns thirty today. Passed as the final act of legal independence from Yugoslavia, it was a modern Constitution at the time and practitioners of constitutional law say it has stood the test of time. Nevertheless, many believe it may be time for certain changes.

The Slovenian Constitution in a book.
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