The referendum asked whether a new constitution should be drafted, and whether it should be drafted by a constitutional convention, made up by members elected directly for this convention, or by a mixed constitutional convention, made up in halves by currently-sitting members of Parliament and directly elected citizens.1
Voters were asked to vote on the following questions:
- First ballot: "Do you want a New Constitution?"
- Second ballot: "What kind of body should write the New Constitution?"
First ballot: "Do you want a New Constitution?"
Second ballot: "What kind of body should write the New Constitution?"
|Mixed Constitutional Convention||1,502,726||21.00%|