Voting Rights

Last Sunday was the last day of the European elections 2019. On Sunday night each European country was counting its votes. While this was happening, in front of the European Parliament in Brussels people could see a video of people with intellectual disabilities talking about voting.
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As the votes in European Elections 2019 were being counted and first results announced on Sunday night, we could see a video of self-advocates talking about voting being played in front of the European Parliament in Brussels. And it became clear to me: These were elections like never before.
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In some countries people under guardianship are not allowed to vote. Here are 5 reasons why this is wrong.
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Our Voting Champion in April is Carmen Piquer of "Som Fundació". Carmen regained her right to vote in 2015, following lengthy legal procedures. Now she tells others about the electoral process and encourages them to go to vote.
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We just have published Europe for Us! Europe for Us is our easy-to-read newsletter for self-advocates. This time, we talk a lot about the European elections.
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In some European countries, the right to vote is still denied to people under guardianship. We strongly believe this needs to change! Find here some reasons why
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The Parliament Magazine published an article on the new Spanish law that allows people with intellectual disabilities to vote.
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Our Voting Champion in April is Carmen Piquer of “Som Fundació”. Carmen Piquer got her right to vote back in 2015.
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French people under guardianship now have the right to vote.
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Our Voting Champions in March are Lucette and Dani Blanquart of “Nous aussi” Dunkerque.
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