Croatian citizens voted "for" the European Union

Zagreb – According to the 8 o’clock official near complete results of the State Election Commission, 1. 298 948 or 66.27 percent of voters backed Croatia’s membership in the European Union, 649 439 or 33.13 percent voted against, while 11 732 or 0.60 percent of voting slips were invalid. These are the results collected from 99.93 percent of the polling stations.
Croatian citizens with voting rights decided on Croatia’s membership in the EU on a national referendum held on Sunday 22 January at polling stations in the country and abroad.
Asked "Do you support the Republic of Croatia's membership of the European Union?", voters in Croatia had to circle either "for" or "against". A simple majority was required for the membership to be approved. (Internet Editorial Staff) 

Author: Internet Editorial Staff