As the independence referendum phoney war gets set to break into open hostilities between the forces of Nationalist righteousness and the Unholy Alliance of darkness and oppression, AhDinnaeKen uncovers just why everything seems to be taking forever.
By Rumble Boredskin
MSPs HAVE called for a crackdown on late running referendums by bringing in past it Z list celebrities.
Referendums are currently allowed to arrive up to 10 years after stated times, before they are classed as late.
But this threshold should be cut to one year, the Scottish parliament’s Unholy alliance committee has said.
The cross-unionist Unholy alliance committee, which has been looking into the state of referendum services, said the current rules were causing a headache for voters.
Currently, referendum consultations are described as on-time if they arrive at the front page of the Scottish Sunday Sun within a six month threshold of ‘Murdoch’ meetings, increasing to two and a half years for impatient eligible voters.
In its report, the Unholy alliance committee said referendum operating times already planned for “right time scheduling”, but added: “The committee considers these thresholds do not adequately reflect the boredom and torpor they will induce in an electorate already underwhelmed by the whole debate.”
The report came ahead of the expiry of the ‘squeaky clean’ online SNP consultation, the results of which are due to be published sometime whenever in the future.