What was the result of the referendum held in Quebec?
For the "no" it was : 50.58% and for the "yes" it was : 49.42%
Of course. Otherwise the result would have been 100% for the separation.
The second referendum on Quebec's Sovereignty
Because they were both so close together it was around like a 1% difference.
Australia held a referendum to determine whether it would become a republic. How people vote in a euro referendum is not an issue for CA. Referendum was held to determine whether people should smoke or not.
They held a referendum to build a new school. The referendum for the new swimming pool did not pass.
The referendum was held to establish whether or not there was support for the creation of an assembly for Wales with devolved powers.
No, Quebec isn't independent yet, but it has tried multiple times by referendum. once, they even lost with no to 50,56%
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Quebec tried multiple times having independence, which means Québec would be a country, but to do so, we need to have a referendum. A referendum is asking the population to vote on a question. They had referendums multiple times, but because Canada's entire population was asked, they are way more English people, outisde the province of quebec, so, they lost.
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Billy Hughes was in favor of conscription and Archbishop Daniel Mannix was against it. In 1916 a referendum was held and the answer was a "NO", in 1917 another referendum was held still resulting in a "NO".
A referendum is important because it allows the public to voice its opinions on key issues. A referendum may be held, for example, to determine whether a certain amendment must be made to the Constitution.
The referendum to be held in Scotland on 18 September 2014 will decide if Scotland should become an independent country separate from the United Kingdom (yes vote) or remain part of the UK (no vote). The result is that Scotland has decided to stay a UK country. Which economically was the best decision they could have made at the time.
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Scotland will be having a referendum on this subject in the next 3 or 4 years so the answer to your question will depend on the result of the referendum.
President Hugo Chavez was removed from office
Western Australia held a referendum on whether to join the rest of the country in Federation occurred on 31 July 1900.
The Referendums never passed. They all failed to win enough support.
There is no specific law governing referenda in the UK. The earliest local referendums in the UK were held in Scotland in 1913, on the issue of alcohol prohibition, under the Temperance (Scotland) Act 1913 (repealed in 1976). Referendums at parish-level, by voter initiative, were first legalised in 1972. Like all referenda in the UK these are non-binding - a referendum is only binding if the law calling for it explicitly says so. The first… Read More
The Territory held a referendum and chose statehood.
referendum is the term that applies to the voting for or against some measure. The measure itself is called a referendum. initiative is the power that permits voters to petition for a referendum to be held. Initiative and referendum thus go to together and are usually thought of as one power that an electorate may hold.
France Lavergne has written: 'Instruments of direct democracy in Canada and Quebec' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Referendum
Jacques Parizeau wanted to hold a referendum on Quebec, Canada's sovereignty. He promised this within one year of his election.
No treaty, but a referendum on whether or not to join the EEC was held in the UK.
yes ireland had a referendum. in fact they had 2 the first one caused so much chaos many irish thought it was a mistake. after they made a few ammendments the 2nd referendum went fine the euro was apopted to their currency.
The battle of quebec during the french and Indian war was fought in Quebec, Canada and happened in 1759 However the battle of quebec during the American revolution was fought in Quebec, Canada but happened in 1775
Because they must have came up with laws for the federal and provincial governments. This meeting was also held because they came up with the Quebec Resolution which were the 72 resolutions.
Scotland's independence referendum is tomorrow - 18 September.
2010 Olympics were held in Vancouver, Quebec. Quebec, has many French-speaking people, as well, as all Canada does.
Madagascar is an African island nation. It got its independence in 1958 when a referendum was held and they voted for independence.
That would depend on the result of either the winning party's manifesto or a referendum.
Fred Held was born on June 12, 1867, in Montral, Quebec, Canada.
Montreal and quebec, Canada
The answer is 1. The only summer Olympics held in Canada was in 1976 held in Montreal, Quebec.
A "referendum" is held in Ireland when a proposed change to the constitution is being put to the Irish people.
Australia's last referendum was on 6 November 1999. It was held to determine whether or not Australia should become a republic. All six states voted against the proposal, with the "no" votes leading 54.87% to 45.13%.
it is only important if the people of Quebec want to remain part of Canada, if they do not then a referendum should be held so they can vote on it, this was tried once before, it did not work, the m,ajority wanted to remain in Canada, it would be extremely difficult for Quebecers to go on their own anyways, they would need their own currency, plenty of job opportunities and a lot of money… Read More
My experience in Canada, having actively participated in both, is that a referendum is a non-binding expression of the opinion of the electorate, whereas the result of a plebiscite is binding on the government. It would appear, however, that this distinction is not universal.
A referendum was held to determine whether South Sudan should become an independent country and separate from Sudan.
A referendum is when an entire electorate, or even state or country, is asked to vote on whether to accept or reject a particular proposal. For example, prior to Federation, Western Australia held a referendum on whether or not the state would become part of the federation, as the leaders were not convinced it would be in western Australia's best interests to join. In the same way, Queensland does not have Daylight Saving during Summer… Read More
Separatists - in this context - are people who advocate the separation of a region from the country that is is part of and of its continuation as an independent country. In this case the separatist were politically united in the Parti Québécois. This party when in power twice organized a referendum on independence for Quebec, only to see it defeated, albeit by a narrow margin.
Ninety percent of Australians voted yes to the 1967 referendum. The overwhelming support was the result of increasing Aboriginal self confidence and the need for them to be counted in population statistics due to health concerns.
Quebec has a very different history from that of the rest of Canada, and this has led to its unique nature, culture, and government...and its rather odd place as a French-influenced land united with others of primarily English influence. The question of Quebec independence has been put twice to referendum--in 1980 and 1995. Both resulted in a "no," though the second time was very close.
That requires the will of the Puerto Rican people by referendum and the last time one was held it failed to achieve a majority.
Quebec is constantly getting more swimming pools as a result of failed ice fishing. There are currently approximately 239,532 swimming pools in Quebec City.
The Quebec Winter Festival was the first large-scale carnival to be held in Quebec City. The first event occurred in the year 1894 to commemorate the construction of the first of many ice castles. Since then, the festival has been held somewhat regularly for the past 120 years, and continues to this date.
The Summer Olympics were held in Montreal, Quebec in 1976. The Winter Olympics were held in Calgary, Alberta in 1988 and in 2010 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The origin of the rare earth deposits in the Northern Quebec is as a result of the volcanic activity within the area.