No Stall for Amnesty International Slovenia in the Capital During Bush-Putin Summit
Ljubljana, 14 June - BUSH - PUTIN/PROTEST
The Amnesty International Slovenia (AIS) has been denied the request to put up an information stall in a central square in Ljubljana during the visit of the U.S. and Russian Presidents, George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin, to Slovenia. AIS is deeply disappointed by the rejection of the Ljubljana city authorities, as the organisation intended to use the stall placed in Preseren Square to draw attention to the human rights violations in Russia and the U.S., the AIS said on Thursday.
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