|referendum was held||国民投票が開催されました|
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Opposition figures also attempted to organise a boycott of the referendum in March, but the vote went ahead despite protests.
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Joe Biden is attempting to replicate Nancy Pelosi’s successful 2006 midterm strategy of making the election a referendum on an incumbent Republican president mired in controversy rather than offering a compelling alternative vision.
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While polls now show that a majority of Spaniards want a referendum on the future of the monarchy, Spain's 1978 constitution makes it virtually impossible for Spain to become a republic.
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While migration often topped polls as a key political issue from 2001 to 2016, since the EU referendum interest has fallen off dramatically.
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In 2013 referendum on the island's status was held and almost unanimously the Falklands voted to remain as a British Overseas Territory.
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Coronavirus was slow to arrive in Russia, and travel bans and a lockdown initially slowed its spread, but controls were lifted twice for political reasons – a military parade and a referendum on allowing Putin to stay in power longer.
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10) On what subject was the first referendum in Britain?
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Jeremy Corbyn held the fragile coalition together in 2017, but it broke apart in 2019, when holding on to seats such as affluent Canterbury did not remotely compensate for losses in seats that had backed leave in the 2016 referendum.
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Lyft warned in a court filing it would need to “fundamentally change its business model to comply,” only to see the referendum restore “Lyft’s ability to run its platform as it does today.”