Transnistrian referendum, 2003

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The 2003 constitutional referendum in Transnistria took place in the breakaway republic of Transnistria on 6 April 2005. Voters were asked to support a change in the country's constitution that would allow the private ownership of land. Turnout was 38.92%, falling short of the 50% required by Transnistrian law for the referendum to be valid. Of the participating voters, 52% voted in favour and 44% against.[1]

Results[edit]

Transnistrian constitutional referendum, April 2003
Choice Votes  %
Referendum failed No ' 44%
Yes 52%
Valid votes 149,125 97.4%
Invalid or blank votes 4,015 2.6%
Total votes 153,140 100.00%
Turnout required 50.00%
Registered voters/turnout 393,432 38.92%

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