PARIS - International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach insisted Friday that he was not worried by other cities holding referendums which voted against hosting future Olympic Games. Last weekend, the people of Hamburg voted against entering the race for 2024 Games. "The referendum, it is not a question for the Olympic Games. People never answer the question being asked -- if you don't want to do something, then have a referendum," said Bach. "In Germany, it was a very particular situation. This does not worry us at all." The people of Hamburg and Kiel -- which would have hosted sailing events -- said 'no' in last Sunday's referendum, with 51.6% of the 650,000 votes voting against a bid. The decision left four cities in the running -- Budapest, Los Angeles, Paris and Rome.