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Category Archives: Why bother to vote
Financial Reasons for British Expats Registering to Vote
The British government can freely float ideas on increasing the financial burden on its estimated 5 million expatriate citizens when so few are actually registered to vote. Shouldn’t you make sure that you will at least make your voice heard … Continue reading
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Some British Expatriates can still help to decide who runs the Country.
British expatriates constrained to participating in UK national elections either through postal or proxy vote, if not already excluded by the 15-year-limit, might feel some nostalgia for Peter Robin’s experience of being part of local civil society in his blog article “The pleasures … Continue reading
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Overseas Voters: Electoral Commission’s Public Awareness Plan
The Electoral Commission has reported to the Parliamentary Parties Panel (PPP) on 20th November, 2013 the results of a consultation into boosting the registration of overseas electors. As a potential overseas voter (not disqualified by the 15-year-rule), shouldn’t you make … Continue reading
Voting Rights Blog Statistics – Year 2012 in review
The statistical report below shows that this blog received a total of 5,400 views from visitors to the site during 2012. Visits during 2012 were received from a total of 71 countries, most from France but with the UK and … Continue reading
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Why (You Should) Bother to Vote?
According to this article below (The X factor: the economics of voting) in The Economist of November 10th 2012, economists wonder why individuals turn out to vote at all in countries where it is not compulsory. ( In Australia where … Continue reading
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