plebiscite A plebiscite is a direct vote by eligible voters to decide an important public question, such as a change to the constitution, secession, or a similar issue of national or regional importance.
Towards the end of 1934, the League of Nations Council determined that peacekeeping force would be necessary in the plebiscite period. The German and French governments agreed to allow an international force to enter the Saar. On 8 December 1934, the council unanimously approved a resolution calling for such a force.
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metacircular plebiscite Monday, November 14, 2005. 12 // — World-renowned wine expert and author Kevin zraly signed copies of his newly updated book, "Windows on the world complete wine Course: 2006 Edition," today at the Bryn Mawr Premium Collection Wine and Spirits Store on Lancaster Ave. .
Plebiscite – Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – A plebiscite or referendum is a type of voting, or of proposing laws.Some definitions of plebiscite’ suggest that it is a type of vote to change the constitution or government of a country. Others define it as the opposite.
Plebiscitum Ovinium. (Redirected from Ovinian Plebiscite) The Plebiscitum Ovinium (often called the Lex Ovinia) was an initiative by the Plebeian Council that transferred the power to revise the list of members of the roman senate (the lectio senatus) from consuls to censors.
Puerto Rico Plebiscite BallotOn Thursday, April 13, 2017, acting deputy Attorney General of the United States, Dana J. Boente, sent a letter to Governor Ricardo Rossell responding to his request for the disbursement of funds for a plebiscite about Puerto Rico’s political status.
The 1917 PlebisciteEdit. This plebiscite was held due to the Australian Government’s desire to introduce conscription to increase the recruitment of forces for overseas service during the ongoing World War I, to a total of 7,000 men per month. It was conducted under the War Precautions (Military Service Referendum) Regulations 1917.
Bush’s Plebiscitary Presidency Thanks to an acquiescent Congress, we are now being governed by an Administration that is radically trying to change the nature of our democracy. By Barney Frank