Spanish NATO membership referendum, 1986
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|Spanish NATO membership referendum, 1986
Do you think it advisable for Spain to remain in the Atlantic Alliance under the terms set down by the government?
|Invalid or blank votes||1,319,522||7.65%|
|Source: Ministerio del Interior de España|
A majority voted against the proposal in the Canary Islands, the Basque Country, Navarre and Catalonia.
- Lawrence Leduc, The Politics of Direct Democracy. Referendums in Global Perspective (Broadview Press, 2003), p. 82.
- Anthony Gooch, 'A Surrealistic Referendum: Spain and NATO', Government and Opposition 21(3), pp. 300–16.