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Wikipedia does assert that this vote is "[w]idely seen as a protest vote against the merger" citing a Russian-language article. A Canadian news site also reports that according to Acting Governor of Nenets Autonomous Okrug: Yes, the majority of the inhabitants voted against [and] I am confident that these voices are not against the amendments [in ...


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Q1. I'm sure there will be another referendum some unknown day in the future, but that hardly makes referendums "a central part of the UK constitution". I'm unaware of any specific plans for any referendums to be held in the near future. The claim seems like a matter of opinion, instead of a matter of law, constitutional theory on solid footing or ...


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