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Prisoners right to vote: Is there support for prisoner voting internationally?

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  • The crimes they have comited means they have lost all athority

    Crimanals have comited crimes that are not sapoose to been broken. They need punishment for what they have done and the people who think that crimanals should vote are crazy if they think that crimanals should vote witch is a thing you have to earn and should be a privilege.

  • There is not support for prisoner voting internationally.

    Prisoners violate the rules of society, so they do not get to make decisions about society, such as political decisions involved in voting. Internationally, there is no support for prisoner voting rights. In fact, most countries grant convicted prisoners even fewer civil liberties and rights than the United States does.

  • Once You Have Committed A Crime

    I am of the old school if you will. I believe that if you have committed a crime that has landed you in prison for any extended period of time, you are a criminal, and you have given up your right to vote either on a local, or international level.


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