MPs Fail to Make Any progress in Second reading of Bill on WWII Mass Graves
Ljubljana, 22 May - The Slovene parliament convened Wednesday to resume the second reading and debate some some 50 amendments to the bill on mass graves, which deals with war graves as well as mass graves of victims fallen after WWII. However lawmakers got stuck in ideological disputes surrounding post-WWII graves, debating on collaboration with the Nazis, the national liberation struggle and the "historical truth and correcting mistakes".
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