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Until August http://emeraldisle.lk/team/index.php/stmap_531uctf.html?acarbose.levitra.mefenamic-acid aplikasi fatsecret indonesia It’s pretty silly to say “How can the electorate now be sure of anything that might or might not obtain post-18th September 2014?” Even were there not a referendum on independence, we couldn’t predict what a future government might do. Australia has been a monarchy since independence, but have considered changing that – it is one of the things an independent country can choose to do. Alex Salmond has said that Scotland will retain the monarchy for the time being; Aileen Campbell has said that this could change in the future. These statements are not in any way contradictory. The thing about having an independent country is that, in general, if most people want to change something, then it can be done. If most people would rather keep something the same, that’s what happens. I really don’t see what is so terrifying about the possibility that, at some point in the future, someone might suggest changing a decision made at the time of independence.