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Is freedom of the press at threat in Slovenia?

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Is freedom of the press at threat in Slovenia?

Is freedom of the press at threat in Slovenia?

Are journalists being censored and intimidated in Slovenia?

The Prime Minister of the next country to hold the Presidency of the European Council has come under fire for waging a war on the media.

Journalists, the authorities, and citizens tell their stories about press freedom in the country.


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