give the right to vote

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In his question, Durmaz asked, "Does speculation as to whether the government is overseeing a plan in cooperation with MyT to give the right to vote to Syrian refugees [living across the country] reflect the truth?
He stated the state did not allow access to information for ten years and did not give the right to vote and even then the citizens remained silent over it.
The DPJ leadership decided to give the right to vote in the election even to its lawmakers who have received a two-month suspension of party membership after voting against legislation to raise the sales tax rate in the House of Representatives in June, the members said.
Smith said he would not seek compensation but he added: "If parliament don't give the right to vote to prisoners, they should be forced to pay compensation.