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Rejection of e-petitions

About 70% of e-petitions are rejected. Constituents will receive a message explaining why the e-petition has been rejected. The most common reason is that the e-petition is a duplicate of one already published.

Constituents who want to complain about the rejection of an e-petition can contact Petitions Committee staff directly by emailing