Parliament Rejects Bill on Slovenians Abroad
Ljubljana, 7 May - After the bill on relations with Slovenians abroad was rejected by the government on Thursday, the document was turned down in parliament as well. Drafted by opposition MPs, the bill gives Slovenians abroad who do not have Slovenian citizenship a special status and a number of rights.
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