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Crown Prince Alois von und zu Liechtenstein listens during a news conference in Vaduz in this March 12, 2009 file photo. It isn't easy being a campaigner for more democracy in the tiny principality of Liechtenstein. Everybody knows everybody in this arch-conservative state and the subjects of the last monarchy in Europe with any real power don't like rocking the boat. Activists who want to end the monarchy's right to veto popular referendums say they have received threatening letters and seen far-right vandals deface campaign posters with Nazi slogans. But democracy campaigners still managed to gather just enough signatures to call a referendum on the prince's veto right - set for July 1 - by canvassing support in private and assuring voters that their names would be kept secret. Picture taken March 12, 2009. To match Insight LIECHTENSTEIN-PRINCE/ REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Files (LIECHTENSTEIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ROYALS HEADSHOT)