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Slovenia adds water to constitution as fundamental right for all | Environment | The Guardian

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Slovenia has amended its constitution to make access to drinkable water a fundamental right for all citizens and stop it being commercialised.

With 64 votes in favour and none against, the 90-seat parliament added an article to the EU country’s constitution saying “everyone has the right to drinkable water”.

Source: Slovenia adds water to constitution as fundamental right for all | Environment | The Guardian

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