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Faith groups' organ donation law change 'reservations'

The Welsh government's plans to change the rules surrounding organ donation have been criticised from within the Jewish and Muslim communities.

The government wants to change the system so that everyone is deemed to be a willing donor when they die, unless they have stated otherwise.

Stanley Soffa, chair of South Wales Jewish Representative Council, is calling for a rethink.

Here, he talks with Bethan Rhys Roberts on BBC Radio Wales.

Week in Week Out: Human Organs Wanted

  • 05 Nov 2012