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Get Well Soon! 06/11/2009

With the IDSF Adudicators' Congress underway in Maribor this morning, one key person is reported absent: Natasa Ambroz, the IDSF Vice-President and Chair of the Education Department. It would have been just one hour's drive from her hometown Ljubliana, but Natasa was unable to make it. 

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An accidental fall in Lisbon, POR, a few weeks back resulted in a serious ankle injury and a prolonged bed rest, which then led to further and even more serious complications. "This unfortunately means that I shall not be able to be present in Maribor, as it is not advisable to travel condition," she wrote to her fellow members of the Presidium last week. But - typically Natasa - she found a solution to have her proposals for a new and revolutionary Adudication System presented to the Congress attendees nevertheless.

From this website we convey our wishes for a speedy recovery to Natasa. Get well soon!

For up-to-date information on the Adjudicators' Congress, go to the dedicated "Live from Maribor" website!