Slovenia: The 'erased' - Briefing to the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
This document details Amnesty International's concerns relating to the implementation of the ICESCR in Slovenia and focuses in particular on the human rights violations linked to the unresolved status of individuals removed from the Slovenian registry of permanent residents in 1992 (the so-called "erased"), including their lack of access to full reparation for the violation of their human rights to which the "erasure" led. At the end of this report the unedited version of the concluding observations of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, issued on 25 November 2005, is attached as an appendix.
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