Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova and other Slovak citizens voted in a referendum on six questions including decrease of the number of members of Slovak Parliament and limiting their imunity. Although the referendum failed, 95 per cent of the votes have agreed with limiting the imunity of the MPs.

Prime Minister of Slovakia Iveta Radicova enters the referendum polling station in Nova Dedinka near to Bratislava, Slovakia on 18. September 2010.

Members of the referndum commitee (L) velcome Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova (R) in the referendum polling station in Nova Dedinka near to Bratislava, Slovakia on 18. September 2010.

Prime Minister of Slovakia Iveta Radicova fills in her ballot behind a curtain in a referendum polling station in Nova Dedinka near to Bratislava, Slovakia on 18. September 2010. (...) EPA/Peter Hudec

Prime Minister of Slovakia Iveta Radicova enroute to cast her ballot in a referendum polling station in Nova Dedinka near to Bratislava, Slovakia on 18. September 2010. (...) EPA/Peter Hudec

Prime Minister of Slovakia Iveta Radicova casts her ballot in a referendum polling station in Nova Dedinka near to Bratislava, Slovakia on 18. September 2010. (...) EPA/Peter Hudec

Prime Minister of Slovakia Iveta Radicova (C) leaves the referendum polling station in Nova Dedinka near to Bratislava, Slovakia on 18. September 2010 accompanied by the Mayor of Nova Dedinka Viola Takacova (L). (...) EPA/Peter Hudec

A little girl casts her father's ballot in a referendum polling station in Nova Dedinka near to Bratislava, Slovakia on 18. September 2010.

A man casts his ballot in a referendum polling station in Nova Dedinka near to Bratislava, Slovakia on 18. September 2010. (...) EPA/Peter Hudec