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Date Posted: 16:28:19 01/26/05 Wed
In reply to: Jim (Canada) 's message, "EU Constitution Referendum question in UK" on 15:46:57 01/26/05 Wed
However, we actually get over a year of propaganda first. What we do not know yet are the rules regarding the interpretation of the vote.
A simple majority should not be enough to impose a new constitution on us (especially if there is a low turnout). It has to be a clear majority of the electorate voting in favour.
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Ed Harris (London)
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Date Posted: 16:29:08 01/26/05 Wed
If that is the question which is actually asked of the British electorate (but don't bet on it), I and almost everyone else whom I know will be voting 'no'. Well, except for a few token lefties who think that French labour laws are a good idea, but most of them are half-European anyway.
I haven't seen any recent polls, but I can't imagine that support for this Euro-contstitution is even as much as 20% in the UK. Does anyone have recent figures?
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