Slovene Minority in Italy Protests about Discrimination Based on Obsolete Law
Trieste, 29 June - The Slovene minority protested near Italy's Trieste on Saturday, as the Italian carabinieri recently filed charges against two Slovene merchants, because the Slovene words in the bilingual signs above their doors were of the same size as the Italian writing. The umbrella minority organisations severely condemned the action on Friday in a letter to Trieste Prefect and government commissioner for the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region Vincenzo Grimaldi.
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