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Maybe you shd read properly my postings.
On the Lichtenstein website you find the text of the referendum and the changes to the constitution.
Precisely the question was whether the Prince shd have these right or not. The right was not used but in the case of the abortion law the Pricne threaten to use it.
But you are right: The Lichtensteiner have voted in favour of retaining the system and that's te end of the matter.
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: In Belgian and Luxemburg the rulers
: had been told who calls the last shot. Maybe
: the Lichtensteins should learn that lesson
: too. Funny that these questions only came up
: with catholic monarchs. Anyway, we will see
: what the Lichtenstein population will vote
: for. It is their decision.
: Cabri shows her ignorance of the
: Constitution of the Principality of
: According to the constitution the final say
: is not with the Liechtenstein population,
: but with the reigning prince - that is
: exactly why this referendum was held.
: With this and every other referendum (as
: with any law passed by parliamentary vote),
: the reigning prince has the right to refuse
: his sanction. That power has not been used
: for over thirty years, but it is there when
: The people of Liechtenstein have
: overwhelmingly shown their support for this
: Noel S. McFerran
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