Bajuk Urges MPs to Let Voters Decide on Voting System in Referendum

Ljubljana, 25 July - The government's stance on the proposed changes to Slovenia's voting legislation was outlined to MPs by Prime Minister Andrej Bajuk, who stressed that by giving the initiative to test the changes in a referendum, the government suggested a compromise in a bid to prevent any doubt of illegitimacy from falling on autumn's general elections. Bajuk urged MPs to let the electorate decide on the voting system in a referendum.

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