Religions in Slovenia Are Free

Washington, 19 December - Slovenia does not have major problems regarding religious freedom. The world report of the U.S. State Department for this year only contains three pages about Slovenia - the least so far. The Slovenian constitution ensures religious freedom and the government respects this in principle, according to the report. It adds that Slovenia is a country with a generally friendly attitude between religions, while the governemnt policy contributes to freedom of religious expression.

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