Slovenes in Croatia Listed in Constitutional Law on Human and Minority Rights
Zagreb, 12 May - SLOVENIA/CROATIA/MINORITY
The Slovene minority in Croatia is listed among the ethnic minorities in Croatia, after the Croatian parliament late on Thursday passed changes to the constitutional act on human and minority rights. The Slovene minority was wiped out of the preamble to the Croatian constitution in December 1997 under the Tudjman rule.
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