OTTAWA—A national vote is held on a controversial issue. The overall result is close with the winning side’s margin under four per cent. One large, populous region votes massively for the losing side. The vote is not legally binding. Can the government get away politically with not taking steps to implement the policy supported by the voters? Are we talking about the result of the U.K. referendum on whether to remain in the European Union? We could be.
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