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John Coss

Re this sentence:
If one takes parliamentary democracy (let alone sovereignty) seriously then one should not simply appeal to a (merely binding) referendum as the authentic voice of the people.

Should it not be (merely advisory)?

eric Schliesser

Yep! (Thank you!)

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