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If the Scottish Parliamentary elections in May returns a pro-independence majority, Scotland could begin a "unilateral declaration of independence" (UDI), which
is a formal process leading to the establishment of a new independent state by a subnational entity (in this case, Scotland) which declares itself independent and
sovereign without a formal agreement with the state from which it is seceding (in this case, the United Kingdom). A motion on UDI was defeated at the SNP conference
and is not thought to have the backing of the first minister, Nicola Sturgeon. However, it is the closest thing to a suggested strategy for independence put forward by
Alex Salmond's Alba Party. To what extent do you support or oppose Scotland beginning the Universal Declaration of Independence process if the May elections
return a pro-independence majority?
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