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Illustration picture shows voting ballots at a polling station in Koekelberg, Brussels, Sunday 26 May 2019, during the regional, federal and European elections (BELGA PHOTO HATIM KAGHAT)
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The Belgian government’s Constitution Committee of the Chamber approved a bill on Wednesday granting the right of people from the age of 16 to vote in European elections, Bruzz reports.

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Young people aged 16 and 17 in Belgium will be able to vote in the next European elections.

Illustration picture shows the election lists at a polling station in Koekelberg, Brussels, Sunday 26 May 2019. (BELGA PHOTO HATIM KAGHAT)
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The Greens and Flemish liberal-democrat party Open VLD have jointly tabled a bill to introduce the right for Belgians from the age of 16 to vote in the European elections, starting from 2024.

Illustration picture shows a girl in pink with her parent in the voting booth in a polling station during the federal, regional and European elections in Belgium, Sunday 25 May 2014. (BELGA PHOTO BRUNO FAHY)
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Will Belgians be able to vote via the Internet in Belgium any time soon?

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Democrats Abroad Belgium hosted a virtual polling place this week to help Americans in Belgium fill out and send in their absentee ballots.

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The public is invited to vote for their favourite street art design to decorate the public transport tunnels heading into the Simonis metro station.

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After last October's municipal elections, some eight million people in Belgium return to the polls this Sunday for a triple whammy of voting in regional, federal and European elections.

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A Frenchwoman has arrived in Brussels after walking 757km to encourage people to vote in next month's European elections. 

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The Brussels parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of a motion allowing foreigners to vote in regional elections.

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