Referendums in Poland

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There have been several referendums in the history of Poland.

1920 and 1921[]

There were no country-wide referendums in the Second Polish Republic, but there were two local referendums on border issues between Poland and Germany:

1946 and 1987[]

There were two referendums in the People's Republic of Poland:

  • 30 June 1946 – People's referendum (also known as the 3xTAK, 3 times YES referendum)
  • 29 November 1987 – Referendum on political and economic reforms

Since 1989[]

There have been four referendums in post-Communist Poland:

A referendum on the proposed EU Constitution was planned in 2005, but was abandoned after the rejection of the Constitution by French voters.

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