2004 Slovenian minority rights referendum
A referendum on minority rights was held in Slovenia on 4 April 2004. Voters were asked whether they approved government proposals to restore basic rights to ethnic minorities who had been erased from the citizen registry in 1992. The proposal was rejected by 96.05% of voters, with a turnout of 31.55%.
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The referendum was backed by oppositional Slovenian Democratic Party, while the government called for a boycott.
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- Election profile IFES
- Results IFES
- Slovenia: 90 percent voted at the referendum backed Janša proposal Archived 2015-02-12 at the Wayback Machine HRT, 4 April 2004