Friday, 5 July 2013

Falklands Referendum: Voters from many countries around the world voted Yes


Falkland Islands

By Professor Peter Willetts - In March, 1,513 people in the Falklands voted Yes to remaining a British Overseas Territory and only three people voted No. The Yes vote was a remarkable 99.8% of the voters on an exceptionally high turnout of 92.0%. The orthodox view that British voters chose to remain British is not enough to explain the result.New tables from the Falklands census show that the 11.0% of the referendum electorate were neither born in the Islands nor in Britain. Almost certainly, some 100 to 150 foreign-born individuals, or perhaps more, voted Yes.  Read more  HERE 


THE FALKLANDS ARE AND ALWAYS WILL BE BRITISH
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