ARRANGING a referendum and deciding upon the precise question was not a simple matter when the aim was to send a message to the international community, Falkland Islands Government Chief Executive Keith Padgett (left) told the public meeting on Monday.
He said because of this the question on the political future of the Falklands must be "unbiased."
He said the referendum was an opportunity to show the world, "we are responsible and we know what form of governance we want," however, he warned if things were badly managed there was the potential for "disaster," and "embarrassment."
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