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1 To be sure, there are other criteria to classify direct-democratic institutions, for example, the criterion of whether or not the direct-democratic decision is binding.

Since all Swiss votes are binding, this particular criterion is not very pertinent in our present context.

2 For each one of these three types there are different subtypes, but for our purposes it will be sufficient to distinguish among the three general categories.

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