30 years after unlawful erasure, the erased to get apology
Ljubljana, 25 February - Saturday will mark 30 years since 25,671 people originating from former Yugoslav republics other than Slovenia were erased from the register of permanent residents of newly-independent Slovenia. The erasure was later found to be unlawful, and President Borut Pahor is expected to formally apologise for it at Presidential Palace on Friday.
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