Controversial Changes Would be Opposed in Referendum
Ljubljana, 20 May - With the referendum on the controversial law which would allow single women to have test-tube babies approaching, the poll published on the Slovene national television shows that 42 percent of those polled would support the changes, while 58 percent would oppose them. The poll shows that a majority of Slovenes have heard of the referendum, with only 8 percent indicating that they are not aware of it.
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