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Section 6.4. A petition signed by four per cent or more registered voters within six months, calling for a popular vote on an issue of concern, will be referred to Parliament. A Public Petitions Committee will decide on petitions submitted by individuals, community groups and organisations. If the issue or concern cannot be resolved by Parliament then it will be put to a referendum to be held within twelve months and in accordance with Article 13.4.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-16 22:31:41

    Section 6.4. A petition signed by four per cent or more registered voters within six months, calling for a popular vote on an issue of concern, will be referred to Parliament. A Public Petitions Committee will decide on petitions submitted by individuals, community groups and organisations. If the issue or concern cannot be resolved by Parliament then it will be put to a referendum to be held within twelve months and in accordance with Article 13.4.

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