Ombudsman Says CoE and EU Should Warn Slovenia on Human Rights
Maribor, 5 March - Some human rights issues in Slovenia have reached such a critical point that the Council of Europe and the European Union should step in and warn Slovenia about them, Human Rights Ombudsman Matjaz Hanzek has told daily Vecer.
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