|Updated :||11:25 3.18.2008|
|9th March 2008|
Assessment with regard to conclusiveness has been completed pursuant to paragraph (6) of Article 28/C of the Constitution.
Paragraph (6) of Article 28/C of the Constitution:
"The national referendum is conclusive if more than half of the voters who have voted validly, but at least more than one fourth of all of the voters have given the same answer to the question raised."
"Do you agree that students in state-subsidised higher eduaction should be exempt from tuition fees?"
The conditions of conclusiveness determined by law have been met, on the grounds of which the national referendum is conclusive.
The result of the national referendum: the majority of voters have voted on "YES" answer.
|The votes of majority answer|
|Half of the voters who have voted validly:||2 012 630||3 309 616||has been met|
|One fourth of all of the voters:||2 010 032||has been met|