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Tone Partljič and Boris Vezjak - two of the individuals called to attend the inquiry. Foto: BoBo

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Extremist groups inquiry on the way

20. March 2014 ob 10:58
Maribor - MMC RTV SLO

In Slovenia’s second largest city Maribor a lot of dust has been raised as some prominent people living in the city have been called to attend a hearing before a parliamentary committee.

The inquiry will look into activities of extremist groups in Slovenia. The individuals are expected to explain their role in the 2012 and 2013 Maribor anti-establishment protests. Among others the list includes anthropologist Vesna Vuk Godina and philosopher Boris Vezjak. They say that the inquiry was an attempt to criminalize and put pressure on civil society.

Translated by: I. U., RSI
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