Delo: De-Nationalization, Third Round
Ljubljana, 25 February - A denationalization act is certainly a very interesting case. Since 1991, when it was adopted by Demos, the then-ruling coalition, practically everyone in Slovenia has been occupied by it - politicians, lawyers, the constitutional court, denationalization claimants, tenants living in nationalized flats, foresters, office workers, Christians, anti-Christians, the media, etc. Yet nothing has actually happened with the act, Wednesday's issue of Delo writes.
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