Finnish prohibition referendum, 1931
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A referendum on prohibition was held in Finland on 29 and 30 December 1931. Voters were asked whether they approved of the continuation of the prohibition law passed in 1919. Of the three options presented, the complete abolition of prohibition was backed by 70.5% of voters with a turnout of only 44.4%.
|Complete abolition of prohibition||546,293||70.5|
|Weak alcoholic drinks allowed||10,947||1.4|
|Source: Nohlen & Stöver, Direct Democracy|