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    "Whilst referendums may be useful for resolving constitutional issues, they are an unsatisfactory means of deciding social issues.' Discuss. (25Marks)
    Can anybody help me with this? Pleeease?
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    I dont know the exact answer but ill try and help as i did a similar thing last year.
    I think 'contstutional changes' are changes to the system of government. You nedd to argue both sides.

    They are unsatifactory in solving social issues:
    -cannot expect the people to vote all the time about issues(as they dont have the time, and if they are often then they would get fed up-voter apathy)
    -Many will always vote in an emotional way instead of rational(heart over head)
    - minorities will always suffer as a result of our system(FPTP) -tyranny of the majority
    -Wealthy groups and taliods can influence how people vote

    They are satifactory:
    -most direct form of democracy( MP's can just vote how the whip tells them and not represent constituents views)

    I dont know any more points -but i started you off anyway haha . Good luck!
 
 
 

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