Lithuania's Social Democratic Health Minister Juras Pozela may request that President Dalia Grybauskaite rejects a law on assisted reproduction that was passed by the parliament on Tuesday.
"I am considering asking the president to veto this law and patient organisations are also thinking about doing so," he told reporters at the parliament.
Earlier today the Seimas approved the law after several years of discussions, opting for a conservative regulation that prohibits the freezing of embryos.
The law, which covers artif...
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