Italian Senate Debates the Protection Bill for the Slovene Minority
Rome, 1 February - The Italian Senate has resumed the debate on the global protection bill for the Slovene ethnic minority in a third attempt on Thursday. After the session was broken off twice for a lack of quorum, a sufficient number of senators turned up and rejected a proposal by the right-wing party Forca Italia that the bill be submitted back to senate commissions. The session was then interrupted again and will resume in the afternoon.
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