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  • La encuesta, que no tiene ningún peso legal, porque no es un plebiscito, tampoco es un referéndum, simplemente es una consulta popular.

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  • Esa es la diferencia entre un sondeo de opinión y un referendo o un plebiscito, de inmediata inferencia en la vida del gobierno y la nación.

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  • A plebiscite, at all events a plebiscite at Rieka, signifies for the Italianists a mob assembled in a public thoroughfare; photographs of such assemblies illustrate their pamphlets and are entitled "plebiscito."

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  • The plebiscito is summoned by the President of the Republic (previous written endorsement of all the Ministers) when it creates advisable to consult to the town about a decision that thinks to take.

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  • The procedure to summon a plebiscito is in favor conditional of norms that each Government who wishes to do use of him must follow:

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  • Os metalúrgicos do ramo automobilístico dos EUA estão votando num plebiscito de acordo proposto pelo sindicato UAW em parceria com a Ford.

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  • The quote from Micheletti, copied and pasted from the BBC article, is: "El artículo 374 dice que no se podrá utilizar el plebiscito y el referendo para reformar los artículos pétreos que establece el artículo 384 y que se refiere a la forma de gobierno, al territorio nacional, al período presidencial, a la prohibición para ser nuevamente Presidente de la República al ciudadano que lo haya desempeñado bajo cualquier tipo y referente."

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