Common sense, or revolution?

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Re: Common sense, or revolution?

Post by niemeyjt »

But changes to FPTP have been rejected in a referendum.

Isn't this yet another case of neverendums until desired result is achieved?

Not that I am against referenda :-)

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Re: Common sense, or revolution?

Post by Ally »

Referendums are the purest form of democracy, but open to corruption and manipulation nonetheless.
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