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kad je aldo milohnić video naš blog i kako je živu diskusiju izazvao njegov tekst o artivizmu, poslao mi je kao dodatak i svojevrsni “nastavak”. ovaj tekst (verzija koju postujem je ranija, iz časopisa maska, a nova je u njegovoj knjizi) sam pominjala kada smo radili performative i poslednji put kada smo diskutovali primere političnosti i artivizma… tako da može biti dobar materijal za razmišljanje o sve tri teme… i nastavak diskusije…

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JUriSTIFICATION OF PERFORMANCE

On artistic immunity, autonomy and servitude

Aldo Milohnić

At the beginning of the year, a heated discussion flared up in Slovenia on the special privilege which the constitution grants to deputies of the Slovene parliament, usually called “deputy (or parliamentary) immunity”. The local press published a great number of press reports, commentary as well as politicians’ and law-professionals’ opinions, on the subject of whether the scope of this privilege, defined by the 83rd article of the constitution[1], should be limited. “Hold them to their word!”, “For limitation of the privileges”, “The deputies’ tongues should be reined in”, “Bring back the intended role of deputy immunity”, “The immunity circus of the parliament”, “Immunity should be erased from the constitution” and “Protected bears in parliament” were just some of the headlines in the local media, mainly published in January and February 2005. We have already shown how the question of deputy immunity relates to contemporary activist and artistic practices in the conclusion of the article “Artivism”[2], published by this very magazine at about the same time that the verbal cannons of the parliament and media discussions were being fired off.

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