Talk:Italian referendums, 1987

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Reading the original questions, or the very good transalted ones here, it is clear that the referendum did ask for "reject expansion of the country's nuclear power industry".

That was a political decision, as written later, where the referendum was taken as "justification". I would change the first sentence.

Mario Alemi de Mennato (talk) 13:14, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

Also, I dont think that has to do with nuclear physics. That's politics.... any comment?

Mario Alemi de Mennato (talk) 13:14, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

I agree on your first point (assuming you meant "the referendum did not ask..."), and have rephrased the article accordingly. As to the second point, do you refer to the classifications of the article as a stub? Even if it refers to a political event, it might be of interest to people interested in nuclear physics, probably. Happy editing, Goochelaar (talk) 19:51, 3 April 2009 (UTC)