Slovenian Parties Agree to Limit Referendum
Previously no turnout figure was set. Slovenian voters last year rejected pension changes in a referendum that marked the start of an increase in benchmark bond yields and credit rating cuts.
Police trade unions are demanding a people’s vote on austerity measures passed by lawmakers that aim to cut public spending by about 800 million euros ($1 billion).
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