Slovenian voters have upheld all three laws in yesterday's triple referendum.
The laws were put to referendum voting by the opposition Democrats.
The coalition described the result as a vote of confidence in the government.
Prime Minister Robert Golob hopes that the outcome ''will make politicians understand that referendums are not convenient tools to let out their frustrations,'' the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) reports.
After 99% of votes counted, the new RTV Slovenija law was supported by nearly 63%, the amended long-term care act by 62% and the reshaped government act by 57%.