International students have to go the extra mile to vote
This week, over 500 million people around the European Union are allowed to vote for the European Parlement. For Dutch students, it is easy: they can vote anywhere in the place they live in, just by waving the ballot they received in the mail. But for international students, it takes a lot more work to get registered to vote this far away from home. Are they voting today, in spite of the bureaucracy? And what do they think about the European elections?
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