1 edition of Referendum! found in the catalog.
Robert A. Strauss
|Statement||Robert A. Strauss|
|LC Classifications||LB2817 .S73 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||352 p. :|
|Number of Pages||352|
|ISBN 10||9781436380430, 9781436380423|
|LC Control Number||2009292199|
THE Australian National University has published a book to help people better understand the arrangements for the Bougainville referendum. Published by the university’s department of Pacific affairs and written by Anthony J. Regan, an expert on Bougainville, The Bougainville Referendum: Law, Administration and Politics, will benefit policy makers in Papua New Guinea, . The book will cover Cameron’s decision to call a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU and the result, which led him to quit as prime minister.
Get this from a library! Referendums around the world. [Matt Qvortrup; David Butler;] -- This book provides a comprehensive summary and analysis of all the nationwide referendums since Referendums are ubiquitous and they are increasingly becoming vehicles for political change - or. Road to Referendum book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A truly important book, particularly at this moment. It offers a 4/5(8).
President Putin’s grand referendum on several hundred proposed amendments to the Russian Constitution officially takes place on July 1 st, although de facto through ‘early voting’ it will have been running for a week when polls open tomorrow.. If you live in the United States or in Western Europe, you would hardly know anything about it, nor is there any reason for you to know, in the. referendum (rĕf′ə-rĕn′dəm) n. pl. referendums or referenda (-də) 1. a. The submission of a proposed public measure or actual statute to a direct popular vote. b. Such a vote. 2. A note from a diplomat to the diplomat's government requesting instructions. [Latin, neuter gerundive of referre, to refer; see refer.] referendum.
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Luke Harding's new book backs this up, saying the aftermath of the independence referendum is an example of Russian interferance in Western elections over the past decade. Harding, a Guardian reporter, was effectively expelled from Russia in after exposing a series of dodgy practises employed by the Kremlin.
The referendum first became established with voter ratification of the Massachusetts Constitution in Other types were adopted in the nineteenth century, largely through the efforts of Progressives and Populists seeking to authorize voters to utilize the initiative-referendum and protest by: Referendum [Strauss, Robert A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
ReferendumAuthor: Robert A Strauss. This book asks why governments risk their position in the face of uncertain odds and whether referendums strengthen or weaken democracy.
Covering the history of referendums since the Middle Ages, this book explains why politicians submit issues to the people and why they sometimes miscalculate the outcome.
Government by referendum questions. 'Referendum' is the gerundive form of the Latin verb refero, literally "to carry back" (from the verb fero, "to bear, bring, carry" plus the inseparable prefix re- here meaning "back").As a gerundive is an adjective, not a noun, it cannot be used alone in Latin, and must be contained within a context attached to a noun Referendum!
book as Propositum quod referendum est populo, "A proposal which must be. Russian intervention didn't sway the Brexit referendum – our rightwing press did Owen Jones Vladimir Putin’s meddling was wrong, but it was dwarfed by the influence of Referendum!
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Harris and Illustrated by. referendum (plural referenda or referendums) A direct popular vote on a proposed law or constitutional amendmentThe adposition on is usually used before the related subject of the vote.
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Researching ballot measures can be one of the most daunting types of legal research. Exploring Initiative and Referendum Law: Selected State Research Guides offers legal researchers an easy-to-use guide that provides thorough overviews of I&R (initiative and referendum) laws within twenty-three states.
This unique resource provides state-specific guidance about both forms of I&R law, those. Explore 88 Referendum Quotes by authors including Oliver Tambo, Nicola Sturgeon, and Michael Gove at BrainyQuote.
"In MaySouth Africa was to be declared a Nationalist Republic. There was a white referendum, but no African was consulted.". David Cameron Talks Brexit And 'Greatest Regret' In New Book 'For The Record' The former prime minister, who called for the referendum that.
Referendum definition is - the principle or practice of submitting to popular vote a measure passed on or proposed by a legislative body or by popular initiative.
How to use referendum. The United Kingdom European Communities membership referendum was a public vote that took place on 5 Juneon whether the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Communities which was principally the European Economic Community (the Common Market) as it was known at the time.
At the time the UK had already been a member of the EC for two and a half years since joining. referendum definition: 1.
a vote in which all the people in a country or an area are asked to give their opinion about or. Learn more. 'The aim of this excellent book is to clarify what the referendum really meant in legal terms, and also to provide a social and political context to the events leading up to and following the referendum.
The book serves as a good overall history of the Aboriginal fight for full citizenship rights and constitutional reform. Russia did attempt to meddle in the referendum on Scottish independence and its aftermath, an explosive new book has claimed.
It has long been suspected that. Government by Referendum is a fairly short book, coming in at just under pages, but it is full of interesting information and thought-provoking observations.
The first chapter provides a concise yet detailed world history of referendums and shows that they have been around for. Throughout the referendum, The Sun ran the strapline ‘Crisis Britain’ above its news pages. Following the oil crisis ofinflation was running at close to 25 per cent; a balance of payments crisis was placing intense strain on the currency, while.
“Hollander’s The Politics of Referendum Use in European Democracies is an inspiring and informed is a rare example of a study that combines scholarship with a popular touch. Both experts and ordinary voters should read this book.” (Matt Qvortrup, author of Government by Referendum and co-editor of The European Political Science Review).
Later this year New Zealanders will be able to cast their vote on whether euthanasia should be legal as the long-debated End of Life Choice Bill goes to referendum. Journalist Caralise Trayes interviewed lawyers, doctors, ethicists and clerics about assisted dying for her debut book.
Alex Berenson is the author of a controversial new book Tell Minister Andrew Little revealed the proposed recreational cannabis scheme that will be put to New Zealanders at a referendum. The first referendum here is believed to have taken place in Massachusetts inand southern states used a referendum vote to propose secession in the run up to the Civil War.The anniversary of the Sylhet Referendum is a good opportunity to reflect upon the politics of compassion and to invoke philosopher-theorist Judith Butler’s argument about how the construction of a ‘valid person’ is a function of the particular norms existent in a society at any point of time.