Catholic Church disappointed with assisted dying outcome

Ljubljana, 10 June - Slovenian Catholic bishops are disappointed with the outcome of Sunday's referendum on voluntary assisted dying, in which nearly 55% of the voters backed a plan to legislate this right. However, given the narrow result, there is still a chance to challenge the law in a binding referendum if passed, they say.

Gabriel Kavčič, a representative of the Slovenian Bishops' Conference's media group, comments on the proposed media bill.
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