Amnesty International Slovenia Looks at Torture
Ljubljana, 24 November - Amnesty International Slovenia, which joined in the international campaign against torture on 18 October, prepared a round table meeting on police violence on Friday in Ljubljana. The issue of the meeting was whether Slovene police stations are torture free zones. Among the participants was a Justice from the European Court for Human Rights Bostjan M. Zupancic and the Deputy Ombudsman Ales Butala.
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