referendum in a sentence

The country recently rejected a ban on hunting birds in a referendum.

From its conception the referendum was doomed to have zero substance.

U.K. Conservatives defy polls, win slim majority “We had a referendum.

A B.C. man has started a petition calling for a referendum on the issue.

Its report comes ahead of Sunday’s referendum on existing bailout terMs.
The government launched preparations for the referendum earlier this year.

Ministers have also refused to be drawn on when a referendum will be held.

Aram Karapetyan does not doubt that the referendum results will be rigged.

There were those who suggested holding a nationwide referendum on the issue.

Help us finish the job and win the referendum,” its leader Nigel Farage said.

The Tories who alone are committed to an EU referendum,” the front page read.

Scots voted to preserve the United Kingdom in a Sept. 18 referendum last year.

Does this talk about a second referendum actually do any good to Scotland now?

The next day, he made his first campaign promise: a referendum on the PST hike.

If the AKP won 330 seats it could call a popular referendum on the constitution.

740012 The last Greek referendum was when voters abolished the monarchy in 1974.

The government has yet to describe the final wording of the referendum question.

In a 2013 referendum, 99.8 percent voted to remain a British overseas territory.

The referendum will happen, he believes, and the results would be unpredictable.

An immediate recourse to a referendum or elections is not in our plans right now.

A 50 percent turnout is also required for the referendum to be declared as valid.

They had earlier promised to enact the law in March and hold a referendum in May.

A simpler alternative to that process would be to attempt a nonbinding referendum.