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Referendum: Status of the Pelasgian Monarchy

Should Pelasgia become a Republic?

  • YES (Republic)

    Votes: 6 54.5%
  • NO (Monarchy)

    Votes: 5 45.5%

  • Total voters
    11
  • Poll closed .

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Pelasgian Empire
Ministry of the Interior
General Electoral Authority


R E F E R E N D U M
Regarding Constitutional Reform
(19/09/2022)

Instructions:
- All Pelasgian nationals and citizens above the age of 18 (eighteen) are entitled to vote once, by secret ballot, to answer the following question.
- Only one of the two options below may be selected, indicated by crossing the corresponding box next to it.
- The Constitutional Reform Package mentioned in the question may be freely consulted in the ballot booth by any voter at any time, or at the polling centre prior to or after voting.
- It is strictly prohibited to photograph or otherwise record any ballot, or any voter in the process of voting.


QUESTION: Do you support the Constitutional Reform Package proposed by His Excellency the Sebastokrator-Regent on Septemeber 14 of this year, including the abolition of the Monarchy and its replacement with a Republic?

YES

NO ☐


NB: Referendum invalidated by of the Supreme Court, Chancery Division.
 
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Radilo

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"I think I speak for many recent émigrés, when I say that the Pelasgian state is in desperate need of reform. And, though I have not always agreed with the Crown, I believe that Grand Despot Alexios Vatatzes is the most reform minded leader we have."

- Julio Montenant, shipping engineer
 
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