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Brexit, Johnson writes the veteran: give back the right to vote to british residents abroad
the ROME - Makes a certain effect to see the signature of Boris Johnson in the bottom of a letter sent to the most senior member (life) of the labour party. A letter full of affection and with that a political commitment is important: “The government will announce shortly the plan to return the right to vote to british residents abroad”. Harry Shindler, 99 years, veteran of the british army, and was awarded by Queen Elizabeth by Queen Elizabeth of the honor the MBE (Member of the British Empire), is not unperturbed for the message of the premier, but his great satisfaction is obvious (“when we are dancing in the fundamental values, I don't make difference between right and left: the enemy of my enemy is my friend”, he says). Dowing Street promises to fulfill a dream chased by him and by others of the 1.2 million brits who have chosen to settle in the european Union (especially in France and Spain, while here we are about 60 thousand): unlike some other jurisdictions, such as the Italian one, the Uk law denies the right to vote residing abroad for more than 15 years. A battle that in recent years has brought Shindler in front of the various courts of the united kingdom and the european Union. Up to the Un.
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