Gov't Adopts Changes to Law on Temporary Asylum
Ljubljana, 28 June - Changes to the law on temporary asylum were backed by the Slovene government at a correspondence session on Friday in a bid to more permanently regulate the status of 2,307 persons, mostly Bosnian citizens, who found asylum in Slovenia during the 1992 war in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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