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  • Referendum - from WN Network. WorldNews delivers latest Breaking news including World News, U.S., politics, business, entertainment, science, weather and sports news. Search News and archives in 44 languages. — “Referendum”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. Definition of REFERENDUM. 1. a : the principle or practice of submitting to popular vote a measure passed on or proposed by a legislative body or by popular initiative b :. — “Referendum - Definition and More from the Free Merriam”, merriam-
  • Veto referendum is a synonym for citizen referendum, statute referendum and statue remand. In most states that allow the veto referendum, if citizens collect enough signatures to force the matter onto their state's. — “Veto referendum - Ballotpedia”,
  • A referendum aimed at breaking a political stalemate in Moldova, which has left the country leaderless, has failed following a low voter turnout, electoral officials have said. Iurie Ciocan, the Central Election Commission secretary, said on. — “Moldova referendum scuttled - ”,
  • Definition of Referendum. Referendum. The principle or practice of referring measures passed upon by the legislative body to the body of voters, or Referendum is distinguished from the mandate, or instruction of representatives by the. — “Definition of Referendum”,
  • The European Union praised Turkish voters for approving wide-ranging reforms on Sunday, but warned that more needed to be done -- and that the government should not ram new changes through the system. "It started out as a referendum on constitutional reform package but it quickly developed. — “Turkey needs more reform, European Union says after vote”,
  • Referendum Report, Monday 15 Nov. 2010. Tuesday, 16 November 2010 15:00 Referendum Report. Referendum Report. Monday the 15th of November, 2010 counts as first day of voter registration for the referendum on self-determination of the people of southern Sudan, anticipated on January 9th, 2011. — “Referendum Report, Monday 15 Nov. 2010”, 69.64.69.62
  • Czech: referendum cs(cs) n. Dutch: referendum nl(nl) n. Finnish: kansanäänestys fi(fi) Icelandic: þjóðaratkvæðagreiðsla is(is) f., þjóðaratkvæði is(is) n. Japanese: (general) 住民投票 ja(ja) (じゅうみんとうひょう, jūmin-tōhyō); (for national vote) 国民投票 ja(ja) (こくみんとうひょう, kokumin-tōhyō). — “referendum - Wiktionary”,
  • Referendum definition, the principle or practice of referring measures proposed or passed by a legislative body to the vote of the electorate for approval or rejec See more. — “Referendum | Define Referendum at ”,
  • Definition of referendum in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of referendum. Pronunciation of referendum. Translations of referendum. referendum synonyms, referendum antonyms. Information about referendum in the free online English dictionary and. — “referendum - definition of referendum by the Free Online”,
  • referendum n. , pl. , -dums , or -da . The submission of a proposed public measure or actual statute to a direct popular vote. — “referendum: West's Encyclopedia of American Law (Full Article”,
  • A referendum (plural: referendums or referenda) or plebiscite (from Latin plebiscita, originally a decree of the Concilium Plebis) is a direct vote in which an entire electorate is asked to either accept or reject a particular proposal. This may. — “Referendum | ”,
  • A referendum (plural: referendums or referenda) or plebiscite is a direct vote in which an entire electorate is asked to either accept or reject a particular proposal. The terms referendum and plebiscite are often used interchangeably but the term. — “Referendum - Academic Kids”,
  • A referendum (also known as a plebiscite or a ballot question) is a direct vote in which an entire electorate is asked to either accept or reject a particular proposal. Referendums is logically preferable as a plural form meaning ballots on one issue (as a Latin gerund, referendum has no plural). — “Referendum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • 4 days ago. Daily Referendum. 4 days ago. The purple scorpion. 4 days ago for themselves. COMMENT THREAD. Newer Post Older Post Home. Copyright 2009 | EU Referendum. — “EU Referendum: Frit?”,
  • A referendum (plural: referendums or referenda) or plebiscite is a direct vote in which an entire electorate is asked to either accept or reject a particular proposal. The terms referendum and plebiscite are often used interchangeably but the term. — “Referendum - Definition”,
  • Definition of referendum from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of referendum. Pronunciation of referendum. Definition of the word referendum. Origin of the word referendum. — “referendum - Definition of referendum at ”,
  • Encyclopedia article of Referendum at compiled from comprehensive and current sources. — “Referendum encyclopedia topics | ”,
  • Definition of referendum in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is referendum? Meaning of referendum as a legal term. What does referendum mean in law?. — “referendum legal definition of referendum. referendum”, legal-
  • During the fall of 1998, the industry conducted the initial referendum among producers and marketers, who overwhelmingly approved the formation of the Council. Accordingly, the referendum shall be conducted five years after the date of the initial referendum and each subsequent five-year period. — “Choose Propane - Referendum Articles”,
  • euronews - referendum | the latest international news as video on demand. — “referendum | euronews”,
  • JERUSALEM — Israel's parliament passed a bill Monday that could complicate peace efforts with the Palestinians and Syria by making it very difficult for any government to make territorial withdrawals. The bill requires a two-thirds Knesset. — “Israeli Referendum Bill Could Hinder Peace Moves”,
  • Referendums is logically preferable as a plural form meaning ballots on one issue (as a Latin gerund, referendum has no plural) In countries, such as the United Kingdom, in which referendums are neither mandatory nor binding there may, nonetheless, exist an unwritten. — “Referendum - Reference”,

Videos

  • South Sudan readies for referendum With only 100 days to go until southern Sudan decides on independence from the north, expectations are high. Salva Kiir, the president of southern Sudan hopes his people will vote to separate from the north of the country. But opponents of secession say they are too afraid to express their views. Ensuring a free and fair referendum will not be easy, but a delay could mean instability, something the international community wants to avoid. Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Juba, Southern Sudan.
  • Facing the referendum www.ntv.co.ke Debate on the constitution dominated political meetings across the country. At state house Nairobi, president Kibaki called for reason ahead of the July referendum while in Nyeri a group politicians appealed to church leaders not to reject the whole draft because of the few contentious clauses. But deputy speaker Farah Maalim accused a section of mps of hypocrisy for opposing the draft after passing it unanimously in the house.
  • Red Dead Redemption Referendum Outfits Trailer [HD] Click Here to Watch the Red Dead Redemption Weapons & Death Trailer: Red Dead Redemption Referendum Outfits Trailer [HD] Developer: Rockstar San Diego Release: 4/27/2010 Genre: Action Platform: PS3/X360 Publisher: Rockstar Games Website: Red Dead Redemption is a Western epic, set at the turn of the 20th century when the lawless and chaotic badlands began to give way to the expanding reach of government and the spread of the Industrial Age. Follow Machinima on Twitter! Machinima Inside Gaming Machinima Respawn Machinima Entertainment, Technology, Culture FOR MORE MACHINIMA, GO TO: FOR MORE GAMEPLAY, GO TO: TAGS: Red Dead Referendum Outfits [HD] machinima video game videogame xbox360 xbox 360 microsoft playstation ps3 playstation3 sony rockstar san diego revolver western tombstone new exclusive 3rd person fps first shooter gta tombstone lasso super bowl commercial gamestop pre order yt:quality=high
  • Sudan referendum results Provisional results from south Sudan's just concluded referendum indicate almost 99 percent of voters have chosen independence, with 98.7 of the votes already counted. KTN's Kathryn Omwandho reports.
  • Jubilant south Sudanese vote en masse in referendum Southern Sudanese turned out in jubilant droves Sunday to vote in a referendum expected to lead to the partition of Africa's largest nation and the creation of the world's 193rd UN member state. The poll is the centre piece of a 2005 peace deal with the Arabic north that ended Africa's longest-running civil war.Duration: 02:11
  • Jubilant south Sudanese vote en masse in referendum Southern Sudanese turned out in jubilant droves Sunday to vote in a referendum expected to lead to the partition of Africa's largest nation and the creation of the world's 193rd UN member state. The poll is the centre piece of a 2005 peace deal with the Arabic north that ended Africa's longest-running civil war. Duration: 01:40.
  • Referendum campaigns www.ntv.co.ke The Yes team has received yet another boost with the defection of assistant minister and Tigania East MP, Peter Munya. Munya who has been campaigning against the document, was received by deputy Prime Minister, Uhuru Kenyatta, who was leading the yes campaigns in the Meru region. In Eldoret, a warrant of arrest was issued against former Kibwezi MP, Kalembe Ndile, for holding an illegal meeting to campaign against the document.
  • Referendum In Egypt Shows New Stage In Struggle Muslim Brotherhood makes deal with military to create new "old" order
  • Historic electoral reform referendum in the UK Becoming part of the government in the UK has traditionally been seen as a largely unachievable feat for smaller political parties. But Nick Clegg managed it. The leader of the Liberal Democrats joined the Conservatives in May 2010 after David Cameron's party did not get an outright majority. As a sweetener, Clegg was offered a longed-for referendum to change the current electoral system, which favours the two-party contest. ...
  • Turkey's referendum explained Turkey has voted in a tightly contested referendum to change the constitution. Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish prime minister, said that the reforms will bring the charter more in line with European Union standards, boosting Turkey's membership bid into the bloc. But opponents said it gives the government too much power over the judiciary. Al Jazeera's Anita McNaught reports from Turkey.
  • Police graduate ahead of referendum www.ntv.co.ke In Bentu, John Allan Namu has just witnessed a pass out parade of police cadets who are to be part of the security operation during the referendum period. Tens of thousands of security officers have been deployed across the country as an assurance to voters and to deter any trouble from outside.
  • Inside Story - Sudan's referendum Voter registration for Sudan's January referendum has began but what osbtacles might it face and who are the main players? Inside Story investigates.
  • Wales referendum 1997 Live BBC coverage of the Carmarthen result being declared in the 1997 referendum on devolution to Wales. This was the last council to announce its result and won the referendum for the 'Yes' voters.
  • Thom Hartmann: IMPORTANT! Boulder council pushes 'corporate personhood' referendum In Boulder, Colorado the city council will soon consider a referendum to be put on the ballot calling for an amendment to the United States Constitution to strip corporations of the personhood that Court Reporter Davis deceptively gave them more than a century ago. It's a very important step for America.
  • "Turn Glenn Beck Off" - Bob Inglis (R-SC) Video clip of a "town hall" with Bob Inglis in Boiling Springs, SC on 08/06/09. Very hard to hear due to the loud crowd, however. Then he also tells everyone to not dwell on fear, etc., etc. Featured on the Glenn Beck program, 5pm (est) weekdays on Fox News
  • High Hopes in Southern Sudan Over Referendum As residents of southern Sudan vote on a referendum to secede from the north, dozens have been killed in new violence. Correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro checks in with Ray Suarez from the southern capital of Juba.
  • South Sudan Referendum A new surge in violence may threaten implementation of 2005 peace deal in the South Sudan referendum. VOA's Mariama Diallo reports.
  • South Sudan braced for independence referendum South Sudanese go to the polls on Sunday in a referendum that marks the culmination of decades of war and six years of peace, that could see the mostly Christian south break from historical domination by the Muslim north. Duration: 01:45.
  • Venezuela's referendum: What's at stake? More at Mark Weisbrot The constitutional referendum and the media's "anti-Chavez" slant Friday November 30th, 2007 Mark Weisbrot is co-director and co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC An economist, Weisbrot is a frequent guest on US television and radio news programs and writes a regular column for the McClatchy-Tribune chain of over 550 newspapers.
  • Yes2AV: Second Referendum Broadcast TV historian Dan Snow explains how AV is a simple way to ensure that the majority get what they want. For more information, visit: Film made by http
  • South Sudan sees polls as prelude to referendum Despite the boycott of numerous opposition groups, Sudan's elections are seen to be significant, marking the country's move from a military government to a democratic one. The polls are also being held as part of a peace deal that ended the civil war between the north and south of the country. And for many people in south Sudan, they are being viewed as a prelude to a referendum in January on possible independence. Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Juba, southern Sudan (12 April 2010)
  • Runescape Sparc Mac's "Referendum Voting info / Storytime" - (Second stage, login to vote!) I've been playing runescape since late 2003. Unfortunately never recorded / took pictures of anything back then. From time to time you'll probably see my name 'Spark Mac1' in older videos, but I never made any myself until over the recent 2 years. Did you enjoy this commentary? Let me know in a comment! Please spread the video / word! We can pull this off. I honestly don't think Jagex would do this without intentions to actually bring it back.
  • The referendum faces www.ntv.co.ke The greens and reds are in the last minute dash for votes as the referendum day approaches. But the campaigns for and against the proposed constitution seem to have shifted gears to a political contest for those eyeing the presidency come 2012. In our special referendum feature, Pamela Asigi examines the faces of the referendum and what is in it for them.
  • Farage, Barroso lock horns over Wikileaks, EU referendum During question time in the European Parliament, UKIP leader and MEP Nigel Farage locks horns with European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso over Wikileaks, the democratic legitimacy of the European commission and UKIP's desire for a UK referendum on the European Union. Since the end of 2010, the European parliament schedules a monthly 'catch-the-eye' debate with the president of the European Commission.
  • SUDAN - High turnout for south Sudanese referendum SUDAN - Dozens killed after days of clashes in disputed border district. A very strong commitment to the first day of referundum in south sudan. At the opening of polling stations in some parts.. waiting reached 4 hours. There is even mobilisation at the SPLA, the southern Sudan army. An army of young fighters.. former child soldiers. Reportage Karim Hakiki, Melissa Bell.
  • 5 May referendum explained On Thursday May 5 2011, there will be a referendum on the voting system you use to elect MPs. Our resident expert Victor is here to tell you all you need to know about the two voting systems, and to explain what to do on referendum day. --- If you require an audio version of the information in this film, an audio booklet is available at /booklet This film has closed captions, which aren't viewable on some mobile devices. To view them, please visit on your computer.
  • South Sudanese to vote on referendum Sudanese delegates are meeting on Sunday to discuss border issues ahead of January's secession referendum. Around 2 million southerners are currently living in the north of Sudan, and there are growing concerns over their fate if the south votes in favour of independence. Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports.
  • Is your Cat confused about the referendum on the alternative vote on the 5th May? Are you unsure about how to vote on the 5th May? Confused about AV, the Alternative Vote, and First Past the Post? Think about how your cat must feel! This video addresses the issue in a cat friendly manner! Here is an AZ of responses to No campaign lies: bit.ly Reform Cat also now has his own facebook page! T-shirts, with vote meow in front and METAPHOR in back: bit.ly Screenshots for Battle Cat and Reform Cat supporters: REFORM CAT: BATTLE CAT: CAN HAZ VOTE KITTEH A Cat watches the video: Created by Chris Rowe [email protected] Based on concepts by Daniel Henry and Mevan Babakar The amazing cats are from the green screen cat challenge from SMPInteractives at: youtu.be *** DISCLAIMER *** This video is not insinuating that Dog owners are more likely to vote no, nor that dogs are inherently right wing. The video was simply made by cats, for cats, and is thus somewhat biased towards doggies. If you wish, simply substitute cat for whatever you own favourite animal may be :) Thanks to Andrew Kramer for his awesome graph tutorial at The Very first frame is from Monty Python's Confuse-a-Cat sketch. http Well done if you got that reference ;) Official campaign: Unofficial campaign Awesome stuff made by supporters: (Battle Cat is a copyright and/or trademark of Mattel and Classic Media) alternative vote explained!
  • Inside Story - Is Sudan ready for the referendum? Less than three months to go there is a lot of uncertainty over whether Sudan will be ready for the referendum and what will happen if it is not held. Will the referendum take place on time? And what would a delayed vote mean for Sudan?
  • Sudan's Referendum Challenges NewsHour special correspondent Jeffrey Kaye describes the challenges in Sudan of informing a largely illiterate population about the upcoming referendum on southern secession.
  • Sudan Referendum In the second part of our ongoing series on the upcoming sudan referendum, Citizen tv's Evelyn Wambui talks exclusively with the south sudan vice president Dr Riek Machar about the expectations of the south and their plans after the eventual outcome of the referendum.
  • Millions vote in Egypt referendum Millions of Egyptians, with a belief that each voice counts, have come out in large numbers to vote in a referendum on constitutional reforms. The referendum seeks peoples' opinion whether there should be an amendment in the current constitution or it should be drafted afresh. After the revolution, people now have the right to decide their own democratic future. Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros has more on the country's democratic transition from Cairo.
  • Sudan referendum splits SPLM The Sudanese government says its forces have killed 40 rebels in clashes in northern Darfur. The clashes come just two weeks before a referendum in Sudan which could see the country split in two. And as the Sudan People's Liberation Movement prepares to rule a potential new state in the south, its members in the north are feeling under threat. Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports from Khartoum.
  • Italy's referendum now "politically charged" This weekend's referendum on, among other things, nuclear power in Italy is unlikely to have an immediate impact on the sector, according to ***ysts. Rome banned nuclear power generation in 1987, in the wake of the accident at Chernobyl.There has been a moratorium on its reintroduction since the Fukushima crisis, which began in March. The centre-right governing coalition of Silvio Berlusconi wants to re-introduce nuclear energy to help lower power costs and render supplies more secure. ...
  • The gold franc referendum Watch the whole 38-minute video at Dr. Bruno Bandulet () and James Turk of the GoldMoney Foundation talk about how a major party in Switzerland has proposed a referendum over the reintroduction of a gold franc, which would circulate parallel to the paper swiss franc and allow the swiss to save in gold. This interview was recorded on 14 May 2011 in Hamburg, Germany.
  • Riz Khan - After Sudan's referendum Can the upcoming referendum in Sudan end decades of violence between the North and the South?
  • Referendum broadcast A Party Election Broadcast by the Referendum Party. Sir James Goldsmith explains the reasons why he set up the party and why it is contesting the 1997 election. TX 15.4.97.
  • TIME TO VOTE (2011 South Sudan Referendum Anthem) with YABA ANGELOSI This is the time for the people of South Sudan to stand up and choose their destiny. After many years of civil war and struggle, we finally have the opportunity in 01/09/2011 to vote for our own country. Our voices will be heard and we will make it to the promise land by the grace of God.
  • Southern Sudan's independence referendum with Simon Freemantle () The first significant endorsement of the vote in Southern Sudan's independence referendum has come from former US President Jimmy Carter, who is observing the plebiscite. He claimed in a statement today that the referendum will meet international standards. Carter also told journalists today that he believed international creditors should forgive most if not all of Sudan's crippling debt, to give both north and south access to fresh funds after the referendum. For more on this matter we are joined in studio by Simon Freemantle, Economist at Standard Bank..
  • Tandja's referendum: people's choice or coup d'état? President Mamadou Tandja has ruled Niger for ten years, and to make sure he stays in power, he organised and won a referendum on a new constitution that allows him to continue to run for the presidency.
  • Italy PM Berlusconi suffers referendum defeat‎ Italians were celebrating in Rome after voters dealt premier Silvio Berlusconi a serious political blow on Monday, overturning laws passed by his government to revive nuclear energy, privatise the water supply and help him avoid prosecution. Partial results from referendums on Monday showed clear majorities to throw out a water privatisation law, kill a law reviving nuclear energy and undo legislation offering the Italian leader a partial legal shield in criminal prosecutions. Voter turnout topped 57 per cent - safely above the 51 per cent needed to validate the vote. It is the first time since 1995 that a quorum has been reached. Anti-nuclear activists were celebrating in central Rome as the partial results were announced. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Rome.
  • McCotter on Iran's Khamenei: Your Referendum Has Been Held and You Have Failed Your Test Rep. Thaddeus McCotter floor speech on Iran's continued unrest