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the world of referendums

Monday, April 5th, 2010

well as a result of referendums being conducted in every part of the world people have now started viewing this world as the world of referendums. After Europe, Iraq, Pakistan, and many more countries now even Swiss is down to referendum. Elimination of a part of the pension referendum that was passed by the government has been rejected by the voters in Swiss and people are looking over to maintain the rejection of such referendums.
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Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

The Pakistani referendum has been rejected by all the parties in majority of the Pakistani government. These religious and political parties have rejected the referendum according to their thoughts leaving minimal effect on the people’s mind to tune them against Musharraf. Many of such parties have been discredited in the last decade due to corrupt and “non developing” working of them resulting into political disturbance.
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Referendums In Politics Ineffective

Thursday, August 20th, 2009

Supposedly referendums in politics is positive in that it promotes democracy, allows people to voice concerns with politicians, and brings about change that citizens want. These are misconceptions of referendums in politics for several reasons. There is so much variety in society that there is never just one answer for everyone. A referendum is not a practical way to deal with complex problems. In the end citizens make a choice and do not have to be responsible for their votes.
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