Family Law Struck Down in Referendum

Ljubljana, 25 March - Slovenians appear to have rejected the family law in Sunday's referendum. With 80.09% of the ballots counted, the law that has been raising controversy over gay rights was voted down by 56.73% of the voters.

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Slovenians cast their vote in a referendum on the family law, mayoral by-elections.
Photo: Vesna Pušnik Brezovnik/STA

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