Italian Senate Resumes the Vote on Minority Bill
Rome, 13 February - Italian Senate on Tuesday resumed the voting on the protection bill for the Slovene ethnic minority, which was interrupted last Thursday due to lack of a quorum. Before the senators started voting on amendments to the bill, they had to establish quorum on demand of right-wing parties, which delayed the session by 20 minutes.
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