In spite of low turnout, the EU referendum represents another big step in the country’s swift progress toward regional and Europe-wide integration by Barbora Tancerova BRATISLAVA, Slovakia–The cheering was muted after the results of Slovakia’s European Union referendum became clear on the evening of 17 May. Even though 92.46 percent of those Slovaks who voted […]

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