Adammic constitutional amendment referendum, 2017

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Adammic constitutional amendment referendum, 2017
Referendum on the Fourth Amendment to the Supreme Directive
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LocationEmpire of Adammia
Date28 October 2017
Website: [1]

A referendum was held in the Empire of Adammia on 28 October 2017 to determine if the proposed Fourth Amendment to the Supreme Directive should be adopted. The result was overwhelming support for adopting the amendment.

Background

The referendum was announced by Emperor Adam I on 27 October 2017. The Fourth Amendment was designed to complement the Empire of Adammia Act 2017 as the Adammic government prepared to relocate to newer, Birmingham-based territories. Its main effect was to remove the minimum term length, allowing for early elections. The referendum was ongoing as the Empire of Adammia Act was passed, meaning that it took place in both the First and Second Eras of Adammic history.

Result

Results
Votes %
Yes 20 &1000000000000009523999995.24%
No 1 &100000000000000047599994.76%
Valid votes 21 &10000000000000100000000100.00%
Invalid or blank votes 0 &100000000000000000000000.00%
Total votes 21 100.00%
Eligible to vote/turnout 37 &1000000000000005675999956.76%

Breakdown by administrative division

Territorial division Turnout For Against
Greater Tytannia 62.5% 5 0
Serkatia 100% 3 0
Alluria 57.1% 4 0
Paternia 75% 3 0
Myway 0% 0 0
Dearneland 100% 1 0
El Grandens 0% 0 0
Kappania 100% 0 1
Midgard 0% 0 0
Non-territorial 66.7% 4 0
Total 56.8% 20 1

Aftermath

The new Fourth Amendment was signed by the Emperor on 29 October 2017.

See also