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Giving EU expats right to vote in France: How it could work?

"I pay my taxes in France, so I should have the right to vote here.” It’s a common complaint among expats living and working all over France. The Europe-wide "Let Me Vote" campaign is desperately trying to garner support to make it possible for Brits, Germans, Spanish to be able to vote in national elections in France, or indeed in any EU country they live in. Currently their rights are restricted to voting in local elections.(SEE LINK TO ARTICLE BELOW) If lawmakers whether at a European level or at a national level agree that it is time to give EU citizens the right to vote in the national elections on their country of residence rather than where they were born, then the debate would then turn to how would it work and what would the rules be? Here The Local looks at a few possibilities.

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