Allegations of voter suppression as referendum voting starts

Ljubljana, 6 July - Proponents of the referendum on the waters act have sharply criticised the organisation of the voting, alleging voter suppression regarding information on how and where people can vote early and polling station staffing. "We are faced with inadmissible curtailing of voting rights," Aljoša Petek of the Legal Information Centre said on Tuesday.

Representatives of the Movement for Drinking Water urge people to vote against changes to the waters act in the 11 July referendum.
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