Look whom the deputies of the left are fighting for: Tomić and Matić propose office for national communities of people from former Yugoslavia

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The deputy of the Left party Violeta Tomić and Dragan Matić from the Modern Centre Party (SMC) have presented an act for exercising the collective cultural rights of national communities of people from nations of the former SFRY, and together they have even submitted it to the Slovenian parliament. In this way, they propose transforming part of the Slovenian Office for Cultural Diversity and Human Rights into an office for national communities of people from the former SFRY. “This proposal is completely unnecessary. Slovenia is a country that already makes it possible for all of us to be its citizens, it’s merely necessary to integrate into the community. If people are bothered by anything, they can still return to the country of their origin,” answered one member of a national community from former Yugoslavia.

The Slovenian state was founded on the Slovenian constitution, which, based on the principle of equality, provides all citizens with the same rights and also specifically regulates the rights of the indigenous Hungarian and Italian national communities and the Roma community. This means that in Slovenia every foreigner who has acquired citizenship enjoys the same guaranteed rights as citizens born in Slovenia.

Left creates conflicts, members of minorities feel accepted         
For the neo-Marxist left, the equality of other Yugoslav nations before the law is of course not enough, so they use taxpayers’ money to introduce new state services which will create conflict situations where there are none. The deputy of the Left party Violeta Tomić and Dragan Matić from the Modern Centre Party (SMC) have done just that and presented an act for exercising the collective cultural rights of national communities of people from nations of the former SFRY, and together they have even submitted it to the Slovenian parliament. In this way, they propose transforming part of the Office for Cultural Diversity and Human Rights into an office for national communities of people from the former SFRY.

It seems that politically controlled mainstream media, non-governmental organisations and paid independent activists will get another state office where they will be able to generate national tensions that have never existed – if anything, Slovenia has been too lenient with foreigners acting disrespectfully and disruptively. This also applies to Dragan Matić, the son of a Yugoslav general, and Violeta Tomić, who was born in Sarajevo.

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