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ALL E-PETITIONS THAT HAVE IN EXCESS OF 100,000 SIGNATURES MUST BE DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT. IF 5 MILLION VOTES ARE GAINED A REFERENDUM SHOULD BE HELD

Submitted on Thursday 4th August 2011

Published on Saturday 6th August 2011

Current status: Closed

Closed: Monday 6th February 2012

Signatures: 492

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Parliament ~ Referendum

Petition Action

ALL E-PETITIONS THAT HAVE IN EXCESS OF 100,000 SIGNATURES MUST BE DISCUSSED IN PARLIAMENT. IF 5 MILLION VOTES ARE GAINED A REFERENDUM SHOULD BE HELD

Additional Information

At present even if 100,000 votes are gained for a petition, this does not necessairly mean it will be discussed in parliament. Once again, it will be down to a government run commitee to decide if it should be discussed further.

All petitions that receive 100,000 votes should be discussed in parliament, regardless of whether the commitee agrees or not.

If 5 million votes are gained, a referendum on the subject should be held for the public to decide.


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