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For some reason plebiscites are not popular among international politicians. It would have been obvious in Ex-Yugoslavia, where a lot of people ended up on the "wrong side" of the border: Croatians and Serbians in Bosnia-Herzegovina (which simply seems not to be a viable country, still governed as it is by the EU now almost 20 years after the conflict), Serbians in Kosovo etc. Perhaps the fear is that redrawing borders opens a Pandora box in other European countries. Such fears seem to count more than common sense.