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Slovenian voters reject waters act in referendum

Ljubljana, 11 July - Slovenian voters have overwhelmingly rejected the new waters act in a referendum on Sunday. More than 86% voted against, show near-final unofficial results. The statutory requirement that at least 20% of all voters must be against for a law to be rejected has been satisfied as well.

Ljubljana
A number of NGOs that initiated the referendum on the new waters act under the umbrella Movement for Drinking Water await the final voting results, already celebrating an overwhelming victory.
Photo: Anže Malovrh / STA

Ljubljana
A number of NGOs that initiated the referendum on the new waters act under the umbrella Movement for Drinking Water await the final voting results with Nika Kovač of the Institute 8 March giving an early comment.
Photo: Anže Malovrh / STA

Ljubljana
A number of NGOs that initiated the referendum on the new waters act under the umbrella Movement for Drinking Water await the final voting results, already celebrating an overwhelming victory.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
Referendum on the new waters act.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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