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Kyrgyzstan's president backs referendum on constitution
Ex-Soviet Kyrgyzstan's President Almazbek Atambayev supported proposed constitutional changes that would limit the power of his office while expanding the mandate of the prime minister.
'Project Fear' stalks Britain's EU referendum campaign
Prime Minister David Cameron stands accused of unleashing Project Fear to try and keep Britain in the EU at a June referendum.
Brexit 'biggest domestic risk to financial stability': Carney
Britain voting to leave the European Union would create a domestic risk to British financial stability: Bank of England governor Mark Carney
Tajikistan to hold key referendum in May
Tajikistan is to hold a referendum in May that is expected to let President Emomali Rakhmon stay in office.
Olympics: Hamburg in crunch vote over 2024 Games bid
Hamburg residents voted in a crunch referendum on whether the northern German city should push ahead with its bid to host the 2024 Olympics.
UK's Cameron defeated over votes for teens in EU referendum
Britain's government came under pressure to let 16 and 17 year-olds have the vote in a referendum on European Union membership after suffering a defeat in parliament.
Georgia breakaway region eyes Crimea-style vote on joining Russia
Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia has said it plans to hold a referendum on joining Russia but the Kremlin appeared to pour cold water on the idea.
Scottish nationalist leader wants new referendum only if enough support
The leader of the separatist Scottish National Party played down the chance of a new independence referendum anytime soon as her party gathered to build momentum for vital elections in May.
Merkel, Hollande hold talks in Paris on Greek referendum
German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived for a meeting with French President Francois Hollande to take stock of Greece's resounding rejection of its international creditor's bailout proposals in a referendum.
Australia moves towards referendum on Aboriginal recognition
Australia moved closer to recognising Aboriginal people in its constitution after talks with indigenous leaders.
Greece would need new currency if votes 'No': Schulz
Greece will have to introduce another currency if it votes 'No' in Sunday's referendum on its potential bailout terms, European Parliament president Martin Schulz said.
Greek banks say have sufficient liquidity until Tuesday
Greek banks have enough liquidity up to their reopening as expected early next week after the country's bailout referendum at the weekend.
Greek PM calls referendum on bailout for July 5
Greece will hold a referendum on July 5 on the outcome of negotiations with its international creditors taking place in Brussels.
British PM risks party rebellion on EU membership talks
Prime Minister David Cameron was put on notice that 50 of his own backbenchers will lead calls for Britain to quit the EU if he does not secure major concessions from Brussels.
Merkel vows 'constructive' role to help keep Britain in EU
German Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed to help keep Britain in the EU by working on reforms with Prime Minister David Cameron.
UK referendum question will be a 'Yes' to stay in EU: reports
British voters will be asked to vote "Yes" or "No" on remaining in the European Union in a referendum to be held by the end of 2017.
Queen to outline Cameron's plans after poll win
British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives unveil their programme for government after a surprise clear win at this month's general election.
Most EU nationals in UK excluded from voting in referendum
Most European Union citizens who are resident in Britain will not be able to vote in a referendum on its membership of the bloc.
Cameron could hold British EU membership vote in 2016
David Cameron could bring forward a referendum on Britain's EU membership to next year instead of 2017 to cut short an impending battle on two fronts.
As UK election looms, Ireland fears 'Brexit'
With elections looming in Britain, the Irish government has taken the unusual step of beginning a campaign to warn its biggest trading partner against leaving the European Union.
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