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Category Archives: Copenhagen Voting Recommendations
European Citizens’ Initiative – Let Me Vote!
Imagine being a law-abiding EU citizen, living in the EU, and having no right to vote for the government whose decisions will impact on your daily life. European Citizens’ Initiative: Let me vote Subject matter: To strengthen the rights listed … Continue reading
Posted in All EU Brits Need Voice, Copenhagen Voting Recommendations, Democratic Right to Vote, EU Let Me Vote, Europe, European Court of Human Rights, Voting Rights, Voting Rights:UK-Scots or EU-Brits Tagged British expatriates, EU Referendum, European Union, national voting rights, politics 1 Comment
British Expats Out-Voted by French Counterparts.
The link below shows that over 40% of French overseas citizens voted out of more than one million registered in the recent French Presidential Elections of 2012. The UK then compares very badly with only some 30,000 British overseas citizens registered to … Continue reading
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Copenhagen Voting Rights Recommendations
The Copenhagen Conference recommendation below on European Union (EU) Voting Rights, doesn’t support the recent judgement in the High Court in London against British expatriate James Preston currently living in Spain, that the 15-year-limit on his national voting rights is not an impediment … Continue reading