By Sabrina Tabi 

Kalkot Mataskelekele, former President of Vanuatu, says the current referendum is a rare opportunity for everyone to participate in the democratic system of the country's government.

According to him, this is a unique moment where citizens can directly influence a law, usually decided by parliament. 

He encourages everyone to vote, whether for or against the proposal, to ensure the results reflect the people's will.

Mataskelekele while casting his vote at the Chief's Nakamal Polling Station this morning, noted that polling stations are less crowded than in past elections. 

He thinks this might be because only those with a national ID can vote, and many people might not have one.
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