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U.K. top court rules against Scottish independence vote plan
Sturgeon: Next U.K. election will be 'de facto referendum'
Four Ukrainian separatist regions plan votes to join Russia
Russian-controlled regions of eastern and southern Ukraine announced plans Tuesday to start voting this week to become integral parts of Russia.
Australia’s PM says referendum on republic not his priority
Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, who had started laying the groundwork for an Australian republic after elections in May, said Sunday that now was the time not for a change but for paying tribute to the life of Queen Elizabeth II.
Chileans overwhelmingly rejects progressive new Constitution
Chileans overwhelmingly rejected a progressive new Constitution to replace its dictatorship-era charter, dealing a blow to youthful President Gabriel Boric, who must now hammer out deals to create another proposal or change the current one.
Chile votes on proposed Constitution with big changes
Chileans voted in a plebiscite Sunday on whether to adopt a far-reaching new Constitution that would fundamentally change the South American country.
Tunisia summons U.S. envoy over interference in its internal affairs
Tunisia's Foreign Ministry said on Friday it summoned an official from the U.S. Embassy after Secretary of State Antony Blinken raised concerns about Tunisia's democracy.
Tunisians back new Constitution but turnout just 25%
Voters in a referendum in Tunisia on Monday overwhelmingly backed a new Constitution giving President Kais Saied nearly total powers but with only a quarter of eligible voters participating, an exit poll said, amid a boycott by opposition parties.
Kazakhs back constitutional amendments
Voters in Kazakhstan backed constitutional amendments proposed by President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev in the June 5 referendum, the Central Election Commission said on Monday.
Kazakhstan holds referendum to amend Constitution
Kazakhstan held a referendum to overhaul the Constitution, as the Central Asian nation’s leader Kassym-Jomart Tokayev aims to reform the political system after three-decade rule by founding leader Nursultan Nazarbayev.
Mexican president wins 90% backing in leadership vote he sought
Nine out of ten Mexicans voting on Sunday in an unprecedented recall election engineered by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador backed him to stay in office, underlining his domination of a polarized political agenda.
Ukraine's Lugansk region says may vote on joining Russia
The head of Ukraine's Lugansk separatist region said Sunday it may hold a referendum on becoming part of Russia, after Moscow sent troops into its pro-Western neighbour.
Scotland’s first minister: Only court can stop a second referendum
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon challenged British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to oppose plans for another independence referendum in court, saying that only the courts could prevent another such vote.
UK PM under pressure as voters back second Scottish independence referendum
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing intense pressure to allow a second Scottish independence referendum if the Scottish National Party (SNP) wins a majority at Holyrood – an area in Edinburgh – on Thursday, after a new poll showed British voters think he would be wrong to deny a fresh ballot.
Kyrgyzstan votes on Constitution boosting president’s powers
Voters in Kyrgyzstan went to polls on Sunday for a constitutional referendum widely expected to see President Sadyr Japarov’s powers expanded while allowing him to run for office a second time.
Iran celebrates 42nd anniversary of Islamic Republic establishment
Iran on Thursday commemorated the 42nd anniversary of the establishment of the Islamic Republic on the back of a historic referendum, in which Iranians voted overwhelmingly in favor of departure from monarchical rule weeks after the collapse of the Pahlavi regime.

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