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I love Bratislava
On Saturday, 7 February 2015, Slovakia will hold a referendum on the constitutional definition of the family and whether to only call the bond between women and men “marriage”. To be valid, 50 per cent (+1) of Slovakia’s eligible citizens need to participate in the referendum....
Political Culture and Active Citizenship
The use of direct democratic instruments in international comparison. With examples from Ecuador, Germany, Hungary, Peru, Slovakia, Switzerland and Uruguay, this symposium aims to create a comparative inventory of the cultures of active citizen participation. 
I love Bratislava
To be valid, 50 per cent of Slovakia’s eligible citizens had to participate in the referendum. Yet only 21.41 per cent of eligible voters (= 944,674 citizens) went to the polling stations On Saturday, 7 February 2015, Slovakia held a referendum on the constitutional definition...
The participants of the Danube Democracy Rally in Bratislava
Our democracy friends of the civic association "Direct democracy" (OzPD) cordially welcomed us in Slovakia's capital. On our agenda were a big democracy conference in the Slovak parliament, a visit to the historic town hall, presentations by campaigners and the general assembly.
The Slovakian democracy group meeting with Ronald Pabst
New group of activists founded in Bratislava In March 2012 political activists launched the Petition for a better Slovakia with the goal of improving Slovakia’s legislation for referenda. The activists also founded the group OZ PD (Direct Democracy Association) in Bratislava to...

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