Criticism is not strange in response to Gospel adverts or pro-life billboards. Protests against it are not uncommon. But what is the legal state of affairs?
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For the fifth year in a row, fewer Slovenian babies are born.
Same-sex couples in Slovenia can now seal their marriage officially. An amendment that enables them to do so came into force on Tuesday. Thereby, Slovenia becomes the first ex-Soviet nation that opens marriage to all. Many still define it as a union between a man and a woman.
Same-sex couples in Slovenia are now allowed to marry and adopt children. The Parliament passed an amendment to make this possible this week. Earlier, a constitutional court already ruled that same-sex couples should be able to do so.
Slovenia's top court ruled that bans on same-sex couples marrying and same-sex couples adopting children are unconstitutional.
Eight MPs from Slovenia have gone to the European Commission after the church bells in the Italian border village of Dolina were banned from ringing. The bells rang so often that some residents had asked for them to be moderated.