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Lithuanian constitutional referendum

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The will of the majority, that is what democracy is

A referendum on a new constitution was held in Lithuania on 25 October 1992, alongside the first round of parliamentary elections. It was approved by 78.2% of those voting and 56.8% of all registered voters, passing the 50% threshold.
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