Frank Peelo wrote:
>> I just don't think that a system where, if the politicians don't like
> the result, they can make us do it again, is a democracy.
>> I don't believe the general election is relevant, since almost all our
> politicians were in favour of the treaty (as they are now). Whichever
> way you voted, you got a pro-treaty party. So people weren't voting
> for or against Nice, in the general election.
>>>>Some would argue that Referendums are not Democracy.
People were free to vote for SF if they very opposed to Treaty. Perhaps
either a majority were happy with Treaty or regarded other issues as
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