By Lance Schuttler, The Mind Unleashed
“Everyone has the right to drinkable water.” This is what Slovenia’s newest article in their constitution states as the parliament voted 64-0 in favor of the amendment.
This amendment to their constitution will serve to make water a right for all people in Slovenia and will stop it from being commercialized.
The Guardian reports that the newest amendment states:
“Water resources represent a public good that is managed by the state. Water resources are primary and durably used to supply citizens with potable water and households with water and, in this sense, are not a market commodity.“
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