posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 05:14 AM
I was under the impression we can have as many refs as we like as they are only an indicator of public opinion and then parliament take that into
consideration if the majority want it then parliament have to go through the legal process to make it binding and ratify it ?
So if the government could orchestrate and carry it out they could have a referendum every month really if that is what the public wanted and the
government wanted to carry out
its not legally binding just an indicator of the will of the electorate.
Would it be considered a better democracy if we just had one and never again ? its not a really good representation of the country when people change
their minds like the wind !
Would it not be more democratic if you consulted the electorate at nearly every chance you get since its the people who vote and pay taxes .
It would be a required greater than 50% turn out for the electorate and it would need to be a clear majority , the indyref 2 won by 10 votes in
parliament , so ten votes is good enough for them its good enough for us !
but im sure they will tighten the rules surrounding the vote , just to put pressure on !
I think scots all over the world should be allowed to vote but in reality its not entirely fair since they no longer contribute to our society
as for those in England , well they too should get a vote as they pay into our united kingdom .
Just out of curiosity , say the rest of UK had the vote, how would they vote on Scotland leaving or staying
you think you'd all vote for us to leave and let us go be freeeeee weeeeee
or would ye all vote for us to go down with the ship ?