Legalitatea masurata prin Referendum

March 19, 2014 · Bagat la America ma-sii!, Blegisme, Incontrari, Ioropa, Romania 

Cazu’ număru’ unu’(2014):

A referendum on political status was held in the Falkland Islands on 10–11 March 2013.[1][2][3][4] The Falkland Islanders were asked whether or not they supported the continuation of their status as an Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom in view of Argentina’s call for negotiations on the islands’ sovereignty.[5]
On a turnout of 92%, an overwhelming 99.8% voted to remain a British territory, with only three votes against.[6] Had the islanders rejected the continuation of their current status, a second referendum on possible alternatives would have been held.[5] Brad Smith, the leader of the international observer group, announced that the referendum was free and fair and executed in accordance with international standards and international laws.[7]

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The Argentine government said the outcome of the referendum would not affect the country’s claim to the islands. Daniel Filmus, chairman of the Argentine Senate Foreign Affairs committee, said it “does not change at all the Argentine position”,[20] while Guillermo Carmona, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Argentina’s Chamber of Deputies, said “This has no value at all since Argentina rejects the possibility of self-determination for an implanted population, such as the implanted British population in the Malvinas”.[20]

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Cazu’ număru’ doi(2013):

A referendum on the status of Crimea was held on March 16, 2014, by the legislature of Crimea as well as by the local government of Sevastopol, both subdivisions of Ukraine. The referendum asked the people of these regions whether they wanted to join Russia as a federal subject, or if they wanted to restore the 1992 Crimean constitution and Crimea’s status as a part of Ukraine. The 1992 constitution accords greater powers to the Crimean parliament including full sovereign powers to establish relations with other states.

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Following the vote, officials indicated that over 96% of voters supported the choice to join Russia[14] with a turnout of over 80%.[15][16][17][18] The Republic of Crimea declared its independence from Ukraine the next day, started seeking UN recognition, and requested to join the Russian Federation.[19]

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Acuma.
• Trupe britanice (prezență legală disputată) la referendumul din 2013 – avem.
• Trupe rusești (prezență legală indisputabilă) la referendumul din 2014 – avem.
• Ambele referendumuri au implicat doar localnicii? – da.
(că nu-mi aduc aminte ca englezii din Anglia să fi votat ceva, nici argentinienii din Argentina precum nici maidanezii prezenți la euromaidan)

Aș putea să mai scriu și de altele, da’ mi-e că mă-njură dom’ profexxor că-s rusofil, dom’ doctor că-s antirevoluționar și dom’ inginer că-s contra subvenționării sociale a covrigilor.
Plus că… dacă menționez referendumul românesc… o să mă-njure toată lumea.

Obrăznicia și tupeul vestic e de admirat.

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  1. lektor on March 20th, 2014 12:30 am

    Blegoo, te lauzi singur. Tu esti rusofil numai cind vrei sa le cinti in struna trotskystilor altermondialisti emigrati pe sociale in germania, sau bobo-ilor revolutionarzi gen conu leonidas fata in fata cu claude cartouche.

    In rest esti capitalist adevarat, parol. Paralela magistral surprinsa dintre cele doua referendumuri e dovada fumeginda. Observatia ta e acuta, dezvaluitoare, strafulgeranta! Daca ar sherui-o cnn-ul, s-ar cutremura faisbucul irecuperabil.

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  2. Blegoo on March 20th, 2014 1:32 am

    BLEGOO (bosumflat): " 'Aidi dom' profexxor... terminați cu miștoul... că nu vă șade frumos..."

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