Public Opinion Not in Favour of Compensating Erased
Ljubljana, 26 January - The public attitude towards the erased seems to be largely dependent on the issue of compensations that the people erased from Slovenia's population registry might get. A survey has shown than more than a half of those who agree with the Constitutional Court that the erased were treated unfairly when erased in 1992, believe that the wrong would be put right by reinsting the status of the erased, rather than through compensations.
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