Improper Legislation and Slow Courts Violate Human Rights in Slovenia, Ombudsman Believes
Ljubljana, 15 July - It is hard to pinpoint the most critical areas of human rights violations in Slovenia, however, unsuitable legislation which is too often amended, inappropriate executive regulations and a long time lapse between the adoption of acts and the enforcement of executive regulations stick out as the most burning issues, Slovene Ombudsman Matjaz Hanzek said Monday as he his office's report for 2001. The document has already been handed over to Parliament Speaker Borut Pahor, and MPs are expected to examine it after the summer recess.
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