Definition of Referendum

- By Bahram Maskanian

Referendum is the submission of a proposed political, economic, and or public measure for direct popular vote by the citizens of the country. Referendum is the process of submitting an actual statute for public approval to become the law of the land, requiring direct majority popular vote.  

Referendum is the process of putting the control of lawmaking and legislating highly sensitive and very important decrees, or legislations; such as: conflict authorization, war declarations, enacting tax laws, ratifying constitution and so on, directly into the hands of the public, the owners of the country, the people. 

Referendum is an absolute inalienable right of the people given by Mother Nature to decide and determine their own political destiny and economic path, the future of the country, issues far too important, complicated and crucial to be decided by hand full of corrupt members of parliament and government officials.

Referendum is an absolute inalienable right of the people to choose anew and change the direction of their country, the process of bypassing all government branches all together to mandate a new beginning, such as a new constitution voted on directly, by the owners of the country, the people.

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