In The Netherlands, the Wet raadgevend referendum (Advisory Referendum Act) states that most types of primary laws can be subjected to a suspensory, non-binding referendum if requested shortly after royal assent and subsequent proclamation.
In other words: in the path that TTIP and CETA need to follow until they get into force, is it certain that the people of The Netherlands will have the opportunity to request a suspensory, non-binding referendum on its implementation?
Although the law excludes legislation passed solely for the execution of treaties or decisions of intergovernmental organisations, it did permit a referendum on the Ukraine-EU association treaty. How is it for TTIP and CETA? Could people trigger a referendum for the ratification of those, based on the Wet raadgevend referendum?