Slovenians Unhappy with Minority Policy in Carinthia

Klagenfurt, 3 March - The Slovenian minority living in Austria passed a negative assessment of the minority policy in the province of Carinthia in the past five years. Speaking to the press ahead of Sunday's provincial general elections, the National Council of Carinthian Slovenians (NSKS) said that hurdles impeding the enforcement of minority rights had been multiplying recently.

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