Changes to Archives Law Survive Referendum as Too Few Voters Turn Out

Ljubljana, 8 June - Around 67.3% of the voters who attended Sunday's referendum on rules governing access to Yugoslav-era archives said no to the recently adopted changes, but turnout was only 11.68%, which means that the rejection threshold was not reached and the law not repealed, unofficial results by the National Electoral Commission show.

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