Former Health Minister Receives Threats Over Referendum
Ljubljana, 14 June - The Social Democrats of Slovenia (SDS) are horrified by certain recent events which are accompanying the debate on the upcoming referendum on the bill which would allow single women to have test-tube babies. Former Minister of Health Andrej Brucan, who served in the interim government led by Andrej Bajuk last year, is said to have received a number of anonymous threats following an appearance on the Slovene national television. The threats are linked to Brucan's opposition of the law.
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