"We do not support the end of Belgium, but a reform of the country," she told reporters. "We are not for chaos, but for responsibility. Not for extremism but ... serenity."Good luck with that.
Then there is Puerto Rico, which, if legislation passes the US Senate, will be allowed to vote on its future status. The bill has passed the US House of Representatives. This would be a two step process, with the first round of voting being to see if the residents wish to change their status. The second round would give the choice amongst four options:
- The current commonwealth status, or
- Sovereignty in association with the United States.
UPDATE: Updated to include the interesting election in the UK this month, on 6 May. Here is a report on the front runner in The Times.
Regards — Cliff