Early result: Croatia votes 'Yes' to joining EU in 2013

By REUTERS
January 22, 2012 21:15

 
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ZAGREB - Croatia voted on Sunday in favor of joining the European Union in 2013, according to preliminary official results of a referendum with 25 percent of votes counted.

Sixty-seven percent voted in favor of becoming the bloc's 28th member, the state electoral commission said, more than two decades after the small Adriatic country broke away from socialist Yugoslavia.

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