Slovenian referendum, June 2011

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Three referendums were held in Slovenia on 5 June 2011, the so-called super-referendum Sunday (Slovene: superreferendumska nedelja).[1] The questions asked were:

  • one on the reform of the pension system (the proposed revision would have raised the retirement age to 65 years, lowered the replacement rate on pensions and changed the way pensioners are able to access their second-pillar retirement savings);[2]
  • on opening secret service archives; and
  • on stronger measures to combat illicit work.[3]

All three measures were decisively defeated at medium turnout.

Slovenian illicit work referendum, 2011[4]
Choice Votes %
No 516,805 75.41
Yes 168,538 24.59
Valid votes 685,343 99.28
Invalid or blank votes 4,959 0.72
Total votes 690,302 100.00
Registered voters and turnout 1,707,299 40.43
Slovenian secret service archives referendum, 2011[5]
Choice Votes %
No 481,130 70.88
Yes 197,680 29.12
Valid votes 678,810 98.40
Invalid or blank votes 11,063 1.60
Total votes 689,873 100.00
Registered voters and turnout 1,707,299 40.41
Slovenian pension reform referendum, 2011[6]
Choice Votes %
No 495,329 72.05
Yes 192,169 27.95
Valid votes 687,498 99.53
Invalid or blank votes 3,229 0.47
Total votes 690,727 100.00
Registered voters and turnout 1,707,299 40.46

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