Gov't Refutes Concerns of UN Rapporteur about Religious Issues
Ljubljana, 11 December - The government issued a response to special rapporteur of the UN Human Rights Commission for freedom of religion or belief Abdelfattah Amor regarding complaints about the new draft bill on religious communities and about the erection of a mosque. The government replied to Amor that the selection of Lovro Sturm as head of the expert team to draft the new bill had been made in line with the Slovenian legislation and that the government supports the building of a mosque, said the Government Media and PR Office.
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