Exercising civil rights and duties

Today is the EU parliament election in Sweden. I have been exercising my civil right and duty, and voted. I think it’s important to do so, even if one isn’t very politically active otherwise, the least one can do is make an opinion and vote when there is an election.

I can report that things seemed to go well, all parties were represented in the box holding the ballots. Something slightly annoying was a person from one party standing outside of the house handing out ballots for his party. I guess that’s free for any party to do, but it only pisses me off, personally.

Anyway, if you have the right to vote today in Sweden, do so.

Have you voted in the EU parliament elections?

  • Yes (50%, 1 Votes)
  • I do not live in the EU or do not have the right to vote (50%, 1 Votes)
  • No (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 2

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It’s nice weather today, sunny, a mild breeze. I went to the grocery store and bought something to have with my coffee, so that I will do now, have coffee on my balcony and think about perhaps be slightly more politically active.

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