Slovenes have dismissed Sunday's lawsuit the law allowing single couples to get married and adopt their children, proving the interim results of the state election commission.

The law voted 359.528 or 63 as a percentage of voters, and for 210.967 or 37 percent, show results after counted 96 percent of the ballot.

This means that the law passed by the parliament will not come into force, because most and more than a fifth of all registered voters voted in on a referendum.

In addition, the parliament and the government can not comment on a similar legal solution for the next year.

Slovenes have rejected a sluggish legislative proposal on the referendum three years ago.
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