Rome, December 1 - The Council of State, Italy's highest administrative court, on Thursday approved the wording of Sunday's Constitutional reform referendum questions. The court upheld a sentence by the Lazio regional administrative court (TAR) which ruled an appeal against the wording of the question was inadmissible. On October 20 the Lazio TAR ruled a petition against the referendum question was inadmissible because the question was drafted by independent bodies. It said the central referendum body that prepared the question and the presidential decree with which it was adopted stemmed from watchdog bodies "characterised by absolute neutrality". It added that this made them exempt from being examined under its jurisdiction.