Just 20 years ago we wouldn’t even have a decision about this, not even a constitutional interpretation. It will be a landmark event one way or another. For me, I just want the whole process to be as inclusive and as transparent as possible, so that no matter what the actual wording of the bill says in the end, all of society would have felt that, OK, we got deeper in this conversation as before, not simply determined by a handful of judges and legislators without any society dialogue. As we previously said, that will be actually less preferable than a slightly more vague law, but that’s nevertheless determined by the entire society, so that people can live with it.

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