It’s interesting to note that the referendum question does not communicate the actual wording changes to be made in the constitution …. when it very easily could.
The voter in the voting booth will only visually see the referendum question and not explicitly be able to see the actual clauses to the be added to the constitution.
When you sign a contract, do you like to see the actual words in that contract?
Do you think it would be possible for the government to make the referendum question really simple and clear? … for example ….
“Do you approve the following change to the Constitution?” (And then provide the exact words to be changed in the Constitution. The changes are only three sentences.)
Why does the government not give us all the words to be changed in the constitution in the referendum question?
Why is the question not really simple and clear and designed to illicit a precise answer?