The Executive Council of the International Slovenian Congress Convenes in Celje
Celje, 2 November - The two-day session of the Executive Council of the International Slovenian Congress began in Celje today. The morning session was devoted to the reports of the Executive Council and representatives of the conferences of nine countries, who took part in this session. Some concrete proposals were also agreed upon at this morning's session -- proposals relating to the status or citizenship of Slovenians living abroad. They expressed their dissatisfaction concerning the present republican legislature, which regulates the status of citizenship.
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