If the May referendum on EU entry fails to attract a sufficient number of "yes" voters, the government could fall, according to coalition New Citizen's Alliance leader Pavol Rusko.
"Defeat in the referendum would be a serious problem and a failure for all political representatives, so that all coalition parties would have to consider whether they can competently communicate with the people and are still able to govern," Rusko said.
Compiled by Conrad Toft from press reports.
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19. Mar 2003 at 11:46