Italian Traders Reported for Violating 1940 Decree on Bilingual Signs

Trieste, 26 June - Two owners of a bakery shop and a bookshop in Aurisina (Nabrezina) near Italy's Trieste have been reported to the Italian state prosecutor's office by gendarmes because of Slovene-Italian shop signs which violated the Italian royal decree from 1940, the Italian daily Il Piccolo wrote on Wednesday.

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