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Voting rights in Anteria

Country/Autonomous Region Voting Age Gender Intelligence Race Religious Beliefs Criminal Record
 Albithica 20 Yes Partial1 Yes Yes Partial2
Since 1796 Since 1994 Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation
1. Elections for County Congressmen require voters to hold an Associates degree or higher to participate. 2. Incarcerated criminals can not vote for the duration of their sentence. Criminals on probation can not vote until their probation expires. Criminals on Parole (life-time probation) can never vote.
 Austilos 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation
All citizens of Austilos can vote in all Austilian elections.
 Aziallis 18 Yes Partial1 Yes Yes Partial2
Since 1862 Since 1927 Since 1862 Since 1862 Since 1917
1. Under the Election Commission Voting Rights Amendment, 1927, persons in the late stages of diseases leading to diminished mental capacity or suffering from psycological conditions which are proven to impair udgement (as listed in the Amendment) cannot vote.

2. Incarcerated criminals currently serving time cannot vote. If the Court deems it fit, an individual may be stripped off their right to vote for a gievn period of time and the period can extend upto a lifetime.

 Bendan 20 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since 1989 Since 1989 Since 1989 Since 1989 Since 1989
All Bendanian citizens are free to vote.
 Ganji Islands 15 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since 1832 Since 1960 Since 1974 Since 1832 Since 1920
All Ganjians can vote without exceptions.
 Gassasinia 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial
Since 1928 Since 1949 Since 1891 Since 1891 Since 1977
Persons convicted of offences related to hate-speech, terrorism or extremist ideologies can be deprived of rights to vote and run for office for as long as seen fit by the sentencing judge and the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
 Halsuntria 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since 1883 Since Antiquity Since 1822 Since 1822 Since Antiquity
 Hatstheput 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Na*
Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since 1898
*For the well being of the community, citizens with criminal record shall not vote in the elections, except if the jury considers he is rehabilitated.
 Kilowatt 16 Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial*
Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since 1985
*A citizen of Kilowatt may only lose their right to vote because of a crime committed if the judge for their case deems it necessary
 Kistolia 16 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation
Everyone who has citizenship in Kistolia can vote.
 Layfet 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since 1724 Since 1724 Since 1724 Since 1724 Since 1724
Voting is protected by the Layfetian Constitution.
Screenshot 2021-03-04 085120.png Lyonheimer 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since 1934 Since 1911 Since 1914 Since 1911 Since 2000
According to the Constitution, all citizens are permitted to vote however have not always been able to.
 New Gujo 21 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since 1886 Since 1971 Since 1886 Since 1886 Since 1971
All New Gujians can vote without exceptions
 New Sebronia 16* Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation
*In order to be allowed to vote at the age of 16, the citizen must have completed the mandatory political education in school. At the age of 18, all citizens are allowed to vote, no matter the education.
 Pelostan 16 Yes Partial1 Yes Yes Partial2
Since Foundation Since 2018 Since Foundation Since Foundation Since Foundation
1. Under the Pelostani Supreme Court ruling, people with mental complications, that could affect their decision are not allowed to vote, unless proven that they are capable of making their own decision. Currently only about 750 people are compliant under this ruling, 70% of them being the elderly over the age of 90 with late stages of Dementia, Parkinson or Alzheimers.

2. Incarcerated criminals serving time for medium to major offenses cannot vote. If the individual appeals this decision and is successful proving that they are capable of voting, they are allowed to. People serving time for minor offenses are allowed to vote. People who have been in jail in the past are allowed to vote, unless deemed incapable by court.

 Prybourne 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial*
Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since Antiquity
*Any Prybourne citizen convicted of a federal offense will be suspended from voting for the duration of their sentence.
 Prymalia 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Since 1997 Since 1997 Since 1997 Since 1997 Since 1986
Prymalian citizens are allowed to participate in elections, so long as they have minimal criminal history.
 Toubaze 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Since 1873 Since 1873 Since 1873 Since 1873 Since 1873
According to the Toubazean Constitution, all citizens are permitted to vote.
 Tsokeiku 21 Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial*
Since 1985 Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since Antiquity Since 2005
Due to the functions of Tsokeiku's governance, "voting right" in this context is synonymous with "right to speak in the Forums". * = Unless the subject regards the environment of prisons convicts are excommunicated from the Forums up to seven years after their release depending on the severity of their crimes.
 Velnotia 18 Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial*
Since 1824 Antiquity Since 1790 Since 1980 Since 1999
*Should an individual be found guilty of the crimes of treason and/or murder, the right to vote is thereby revoked from the convicted individual. This does not limit the ability for the Velnotian High Court, however, to revoke this right as a result of other trials regarding different charges.
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Since 1927 Since 1927 Since 1927 Since 1927 Since 1927