The Hokorian Assembly may open referendums.

Why are referendums important?

Provisioned with important national decisions in mind, referendums allow the Hokorian Assembly to ask the public to choose from two or more options.

How referendums work

Referendums are held when called for by the Hokorian Assembly. They look at reaching a definitive conclusion in regard to a Hokorian Assembly motion.

By law, notice of at least 7 days must be given before voting begins. Voting takes place over 6 days.

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