On June 30th 1946, a referendum was held throughout the country. Citizens could choose between yes or no. The first question was “Whether to abolish the Senate”, the second was “the preservation of economic changes in the years 1944-1946” and the third was “the maintenance of the borders on the Oder and Neisse”. Against the Polish Workers Party in Kraków, 84% of voters voted NO for the first question, 72% for the second question, and the third for 29.5% on NO. Election absenteeism was 15%. A large number of votes were invalid, which resulted in the displacement of the intelligentsia, as well as the decision to build a steel mill near Krakow.

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