Assisted dying advocates say voters' minds mostly made up

Ljubljana, 4 June - Advocates of assisted dying believe that most voters heading to the polls on Sunday have made up their minds after hearing arguments from both sides, and the only thing left to do now is to go and vote. They are critical of a Catholic bishops' statement that accused supporters of assisted dying of committing a mortal sin.

Andrej Pleterski, co-author of an NGO bill on assisted dying.
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