According to the LifeSite, new Slovenian marriage laws allow homosexual couples to register their partnerships as a legal "marriage", enjoying the same rights as married heterosexual couples under Slovenian law. However, quote marks are still going to be needed, for there will be some restrictions on gay marriage services:
The law limits the attendance of wedding ceremonies to the two partners and the local registration official, forbidding any third parties. The law requires all ceremonies to take place in an official state office, and requires same-sex couples give 30 days advance notice and documentation verifying sanity, health, and unmarried status.
So you get the basic package of rights, but they don't want you to be too up front about the whole thing; your ceremony can't be a giant wing-ding down at the old bath-house.
Not perfect, but not too bad a compromise.
Unfortunately, in Steve Harper's Canada, the matter is still at issue. Here we risk falling behind the old Soviet Bloc when it comes to issues of Social Justice.