Condition referendum

condition referendum is called a popular vote over a new condition of a state or a confederation of states. In many states such a referendum is intended also with serious changes of the existing condition.

In established democracies is enough for the acceptance of the draft constitution in general. the simple majority of the voters out. In politically less sturdy countries however only a qualified majority applies (e.g. Two-thirds majority) as sufficient.

In the year 2005 such tunings took place among other things:

Furthermore in May and June 2005 the draft of a new European Union condition in three European Union states of a popular vote was submitted, after it was already ratified in 12 other states. While the tuning in France and the Netherlands went out negatively and brought the European Union into a political crisis, the voters of Luxembourg and Spain the Verfassungsenbtwurf agreed.

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