Popular sovereignty and international co-operation

The arrangements with other states should be governed by rules set out in the constitution. If parliament agrees a treaty with another state which involves the pooling of sovereignty for the purposes of trade (such as the European Union) or affects the independence of the state (such as membership of military alliances like NATO), this must be put to the people in a referendum.

edited on Jan 20, 2015 by laure roux

laure roux Apr 5, 2015

please find links to ideas similar to yours. use them to redefine your ideas, modify them...

https://constitutionuk.com/category/2849#/post/85078

https://constitutionuk.com/category/2849#/post/84291

laure roux Apr 7, 2015

To now comment on this idea please refer to Alastair Bruton's ideas: https://constitutionuk.com/category/2849#/post/85078

this way we cna legislate more effectively together.

laure roux Apr 7, 2015

To now comment on this idea please refer to Alastair Bruton's ideas: https://constitutionuk.com/category/2849#/post/85078

this way we cna legislate more effectively together.

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