пятница, 27 января 2017 г.

Fills you 18 years in election year? Then you have the right to vote

Norwegian citizens who turn 18 by the end of the election year, which is or has been Population Registry as being resident in Norway and who have not been disenfranchised by the Constitution § 53.

Check if you live in a municipality with which tests out choices for 16-year olds.

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parliamentary elections
Norwegian nationals



will have turned 18 by the end of the election year and that
is, or ever has been, the Population Registry as resident in Norway, and that
have not been disenfranchised by the Constitution § 53.
Employees in the diplomatic or consular service and their households are entitled to vote even if they do not meet the resettlement criteria. If they have not ever been registered as resident in Norway, they will be registered as electors in Oslo.

In order to vote in the general election, you must be in the electoral roll in a municipality.

Attempts to vote for 16-year olds
To get a broader base of experience, has Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development determined to make another attempt with reduced voting age to 16 years by the municipal election in 2015.

20 municipalities will participate in the experiment in 2015. These are:

Austevoll, Eid, Gausdal, Hamar, Horten, Hå, Klæbu, Kautokeino, Kristiansund, Lillesand, Luster, Mandal, Marker, Målselv, Namdalseid, Oppegård, Porsgrunn, Stavanger, Tysfjord and Vadsø.

Sami Parliament elections
In order to vote in this year's Sami Parliamentary elections must register in Sámi parliament electoral register before 30 June 2009.

Anyone who submits a declaration that they regard themselves as Sami, and who either

have Sami as their language, or
has or has had a parent, grandparent or oldeforelder with Sami as their home language, or
children of the person who stands or has stood in the register
can demand to be in the electoral roll.

All Sami from Norway who is over 18 years old or turn 18 of the election year, are entitled to register in the electoral roll. Samer who are citizens of other Nordic countries can register in the electoral roll if the 30th June in the year listed in the Population Registry as resident in Norway.

Samer not from a Nordic country, you can register in the electoral roll if they have been registered at the Population Registry as resident in Norway for the last three years prior to election day.

Municipal and fylkesstyre election
Norwegian nationals

will have turned 18 by the end of the election year and that
is, or ever has been, the Population Registry as resident in Norway, and that
have not been disenfranchised by the Constitution § 53.
Employees in the diplomatic or consular service and their households are entitled to vote even if they do not meet the resettlement criteria.

Non-Norwegian citizens who meet the other requirements, if they

has been registered at the Population Registry as resident in Norway for the last three years prior to election day, or
is a citizen of another Nordic country and has been Population Registry as being resident in Norway no later than 30 June of the election year.
Foreign citizens who register shifting out of Norway before Election Day lose their voting rights.

In order to vote you must be in the electoral roll in a municipality.

Are you in the electoral roll?
All persons entitled to vote are automatically register to vote in the municipality where they were registered as resident pr. June 30 in the election year.

Have you moved to another municipality after June 30, you are still registered in the electoral register and to vote in the municipality where you moved from.

If you live abroad but have been registered in the Population Registry as resident in Norway some time during the last 10 years, you are automatically entered in the electoral register in the municipality where you were registered as resident when you moved from Norway.

Not lived in Norway for the past 10 years?
If you have not been registered as resident in Norway for the past 10 years, you must apply your last municipality to be brought into the electoral register. You apply by signing the cover envelope used for advance voting abroad. If advance voting in Norway or not using it nenevnte cover envelope, you must apply separately. This can be done in an ordinary letter or using a separate form (in pdf format or Word format ). The application must include a statement that you are still a Norwegian citizen. The application must method for entering the Electoral Committee in the municipality where you were last registered in the population register as resident within 10 September at. 20.

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