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    Anonymous

    Slovenians Declared Having Access To Drinkable Water Is a Human Right

    Slovenia has officially declared with a new amendment that having access to drinkable water is a human right. This announcement was made following a vote by the Slovenian parliament who voted in favor of the law that prevents the country’s water sources from being commercialized.

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    #439850

    Anonymous

    similar law was declared in Slovakia some time ago. very good initiative indeed with aim being saving the water for Slovak ppl & preventing it’s commercial export (with some exceptions of course – i.e. humanitarian help, etc,).

    #439855

    Anonymous

    Very good law, but I prefer beer.

    #439863

    Anonymous

    @GaiusCoriolanus So you’re saying drinkable beer should be a human right? :D

    #439865

    Anonymous

    Yes, free beer for everyone! But only drinkable one!

    #439866

    Anonymous

    @GaiusCoriolanus I guess we could have reached this goal, if the Beer Party (Czech obviously) was still around. :D
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friends_of_Beer_Party

    #439867

    Anonymous

    @”Kapitán Denis” looks like a cool party! :D I was just given a Zlaty Bazant, and am going to drink it. Damn, what a coincidence.

    #439869

    Anonymous

    @GaiusCoriolanus Zlatý Bažant? :s Where did they get that from? 😮 I like Czech beers better.

    #439871

    Anonymous

    They can be found in legendary Biedronka or some other places, no worries Zlaty Bazant is not hard to find here. I wasn’t drinking it often though. 

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