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The Slovene Press on Referendum Controversy

Maribor/Ljubljana, 20 June - The Slovene press comments on Wednesday the possibility of holding a referendum on duty free shops, following the Constitutional Court's decision that the act to transform duty-free shops into ordinary shops is not in line with the constitution. The prospects of the future referendums in Slovenia is also touched on.

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