Conservative group hints at legislative referendums on assisted dying, cannabis

Ljubljana, 10 June - The Movement for Children and Families indicated it would push for binding referendums after assisted dying and cannabis liberalisation were backed in Sunday's consultative public votes. It said that, given more time for campaigning, it should be able to overturn such laws. The Association of Catholic Doctors also expressed dismay at the results.

Aleš Primc, president of the conservative Voice of Children and Family movement.
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