Italian Parliament Passes Minority Bill for Slovene Minority

The Italian Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday passed the global protection bill for the Slovene ethnic minority in Italy. Before taking effect, the law needs approval from the Italian Senate, where the government coalition has a greater majority meaning that the passing of the bill there is likely to be quicker than it has been parliament. It can be expected that the bill will be placed on the senate agenda in autumn.

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