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The '''Austenasian Constitutional Referendum of 2018''' was a [[w:Referendum|referendum]] which was held in the [[Empire of Austenasia]] on 6 January 2018, in which the population was encouraged to vote on amendments which had been proposed by [[Jonathan I, Emperor of Austenasia|Emperor Jonathan I]] to the [[Austenasian Constitution of 2011]]. Early votes were permitted to be cast from 1 January, although the referendum officially took place - and concluded - on the 6th.
  
 
Twelve amendments were proposed, grouped into four parts which could be voted on separately. The first part of the proposed group of amendments establishes a Senate as a body responsible for the accountability of the Monarch which may in extreme circumstances vote to depose them; the second part reflects the Roman and Christian culture of the Empire by explicitly claiming that Austenasia is a continuation of the Roman Empire and by making it a requirement for the Monarch to be a baptised Christian; the third part defines marriage as between one man and one woman; and the fourth part has the Deputy Prime Minister appointed by a newly elected Prime Minister rather than being the runner-up in the election.
 
Twelve amendments were proposed, grouped into four parts which could be voted on separately. The first part of the proposed group of amendments establishes a Senate as a body responsible for the accountability of the Monarch which may in extreme circumstances vote to depose them; the second part reflects the Roman and Christian culture of the Empire by explicitly claiming that Austenasia is a continuation of the Roman Empire and by making it a requirement for the Monarch to be a baptised Christian; the third part defines marriage as between one man and one woman; and the fourth part has the Deputy Prime Minister appointed by a newly elected Prime Minister rather than being the runner-up in the election.

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The Austenasian Constitutional Referendum of 2018 was a referendum which was held in the Empire of Austenasia on 6 January 2018, in which the population was encouraged to vote on amendments which had been proposed by Emperor Jonathan I to the Austenasian Constitution of 2011. Early votes were permitted to be cast from 1 January, although the referendum officially took place - and concluded - on the 6th.

Twelve amendments were proposed, grouped into four parts which could be voted on separately. The first part of the proposed group of amendments establishes a Senate as a body responsible for the accountability of the Monarch which may in extreme circumstances vote to depose them; the second part reflects the Roman and Christian culture of the Empire by explicitly claiming that Austenasia is a continuation of the Roman Empire and by making it a requirement for the Monarch to be a baptised Christian; the third part defines marriage as between one man and one woman; and the fourth part has the Deputy Prime Minister appointed by a newly elected Prime Minister rather than being the runner-up in the election.

All four parts of the proposed amendments passed, each receiving over 50% of votes in support. Thirty seven Austenasian subjects voted on all four parts, with a total turnout of 68.52%.

Results

Part 1

Constituency Turnout Support Oppose Abstain
Wrythe 75% 2 0 1
New Richmond 70% 7 0 0
Palasia (and Caldari) 100% 0 5 0
Terentia 80% 4 0 0
Ionathanopolis 0% 0 0 0
Ionisia 100% 2 0 0
Jovanovo 100% 9 0 0
Non-residential subjects 46.67% 6 0 1
Total 68.52% 30 5 2
  • Support: 81.08%
  • Oppose: 13.51%
  • Abstain: 5.41%

Part 2

Constituency Turnout Support Oppose Abstain
Wrythe 75% 2 0 1
New Richmond 70% 7 0 0
Palasia (and Caldari) 100% 0 5 0
Terentia 80% 2 0 2
Ionathanopolis 0% 0 0 0
Ionisia 100% 2 0 0
Jovanovo 100% 9 0 0
Non-residential subjects 46.67% 4 2 1
Total 68.52% 26 7 4
  • Support: 70.27%
  • Oppose: 18.92%
  • Abstain: 10.81%

Part 3

Constituency Turnout Support Oppose Abstain
Wrythe 75% 2 0 1
New Richmond 70% 7 0 0
Palasia (and Caldari) 100% 0 5 0
Terentia 80% 1 0 3
Ionathanopolis 0% 0 0 0
Ionisia 100% 2 0 0
Jovanovo 100% 9 0 0
Non-residential subjects 46.67% 3 3 1
Total 68.52% 24 8 5
  • Support: 64.86%
  • Oppose: 21.62%
  • Abstain: 13.51%

Part 4

Constituency Turnout Support Oppose Abstain
Wrythe 75% 2 0 1
New Richmond 70% 7 0 0
Palasia (and Caldari) 100% 0 5 0
Terentia 80% 4 0 0
Ionathanopolis 0% 0 0 0
Ionisia 100% 2 0 0
Jovanovo 100% 9 0 0
Non-residential subjects 46.67% 6 0 1
Total 68.52% 30 5 2
  • Support: 81.08%
  • Oppose: 13.51%
  • Abstain: 5.41%

Aftermath

Preceded by:
2015 Constitutional Referendum
Referendums in Austenasia
2018 Constitutional Referendum
Succeeded by:
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