Slovenia's Judiciary System Works, Say Top Domestic Affairs Officials
Ljubljana, 3 July - Slovene prosecution and the judiciary are efficient, established Slovene PM Janez Drnovsek at Wednesday's meeting with Justice Minister Ivo Bizjak, Interior Minister Rado Bohinc, State Prosecutor General Zdenka Cerar and chief of police Marko Pogorevc. The PM stressed in a press release following the meeting that in changing legislation a proper balance between the efficiency of state institutions and the protection of human rights needs to be stricken.
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