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New Zealand firefighter referendum, 1995

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The firefighter referendum of 1995 was a Citizens Initiated Referendum held in New Zealand on 2 December 1995 (1995-12-02), based on the question:

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"Should the number of professional firefighters employed full time in the New Zealand Fire Service be reduced below the number employed on 1 January 1995?"

Results

The referendum returned an extremely low voter turnout, with less than 27% of enrolled voters casting a vote.

Aftermath

The referendum was rejected with a huge margin, but career firefighter numbers were reduced regardless. There were 1819 career firefighters on 1 January 1995, 1573 in 1998 and 1702 in 2009.

References

New Zealand firefighter referendum, 1995 Wikipedia


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