The Constitutional Court (CCR) decided on Tuesday that an objection raised by the People's Advocate is admissible and, as consequence, that an article in the Referendum Law is anti-constitutional. The article refers to the number of votes required in the Parliament in order to convoke a referendum for instating the uninominal vote system.

As re result of the CCR decision, the Parliamentarian vote on March 1st will be interpreted as in favor of organizing a referendum for the uninominal vote, although, in the first stage, it appeared as against, lacking two votes.

From a constitutional pointy of view, the 233 votes in favor were enough to organize the referendum, but an article in the Referendum Law demanded more than the constitutional definition of a majority.