Wednesday, April 8, 2009

KMT says: In democratic countries, it is unlikely for citizens to vote on propositions of economic nature.

KMT says: In civilized, democratic countries, it is almost impossible to find instances in which citizens vote on propositions of economic nature.
Obviously, US is neither civilized nor democratic. Here is one of the thousands of propositions of economic nature, in California:

Proposition 1D, the Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2006, will appear on the Nov. 7 general election ballot. The bond will pay for new and upgraded facilities and equipment for California’s K-12 schools, community colleges and universities.


NOWnews - ‎17小時之前‎
針對推動簽署兩岸經濟合作架構協議(ECFA),陸委會7日公布說帖指出,ECFA不涉主權、無關統獨,「無關主權,毋須公投」;只有在涉及修法部分如關稅減讓,才要送立法院審議;民主先進國家幾乎沒有將單純的經濟事務納為公投的實例。 陸委會說帖指出,納入ECFA項目涵蓋貨品 ...

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