Electoral rights for foreign nationals: a comparative overview of regulations in 36 countries
After balancing the arguments in favour and against voting rights for foreigners, the article reviews non-citizens. rights to vote and to stand as candidates in local, regional and national elections in 32 European and four non-European countries. Questions addressed are: When, if at all, were non-citizens given these rights for the first time in these countries? What are the conditions foreign nationals have to meet in addition to those of citizens of the respective country in...[Show more]
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