What is POPULISCITUM?

Lat. In Roman law. A law enacted by the people; a law passed by an assembly of the Roman people, In the eoniitia centuriata, on the motion of a sena- tor; differing from a plebiseitum, in that the latter was always proposed by one of the tribunes.

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