After Rejection of Family Law, Govt to Seek Compromise

Ljubljana, 25 March - After the family law was rejected in Sunday's referendum, parliament is prohibited for a year from passing legislation that would counter the referendum decision. Labour, the Family and Social Affairs Minister Andrej Vizjak said his ministry would present "compromise solutions" in a year.

Former Labour Minister Ivan Svetlik (right), the author of the family law, talks to candidate for Ljubljana mayor Zoran Janković as voting takes place in the family law referendum and the mayoral by-election.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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