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  • Young people should be able to vote!

    You can be legally prosecuted and sent to prison at the age of 12 therefore you are officially classed as an adult who is able to choose between right and wrong at a young age. So how come - if you are classed as a young adult are you not allowed to vote before the age of 18? This is where law makes no logistical sense.

  • Young people should be able to vote!

    You can be legally prosecuted and sent to prison at the age of 12 therefore you are officially classed as an adult who is able to choose between right and wrong at a young age. So how come - if you are classed as a young adult are you not allowed to vote before the age of 18? This is where law makes no logistical sense.

  • Yes, young people should be involved in politics.

    Young people should be involved in politics, as much as they wish to be and are allowed to be at their specific age. This could include things like going to campaign rallies, making posters, or putting campaign yard signs up. However, children are too young to make independent choices, and will often choose what their parents believe in, so they should not yet be allowed to vote.

  • Yes, The Young Must Learn to Play Their Part



    Young people are in training to take over the world when the older generation
    passes away. Since politics is an important human activity, young people
    should learn about it, so they can play their part well when the time comes.
    Therefore, the young should study political works, observe the way
    political parties function, and vote as soon as they come of voting age.


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