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What surprises me though, is that:
according to:
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/elections2009/countries/electoral_laws/united_kingdom.htm?language=EN

Right to vote:
All UK, EU and Commonwealth citizens aged 18 or over whose names appear on the electoral roll and who are in full possession of their voting rights in their state of origin are eligible to vote (provided they do not also vote in the election of their home Member State). In contrast to national elections, Members of the House of Lords are allowed to vote in EP elections. UK citizens living abroad and members of the armed forces must make a declaration of eligibility in order to vote.

Does that mean Canadians (not that I have anything against them) or Australians (ditto) could vote in an EU election?

by PeWi on Sat Apr 25th, 2009 at 04:49:28 AM EST
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