What is voting age for citizens in your country?

December 15, 2007 3:45am CST
I am from India and here the voting age for general election is 18years.
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7 responses
@elmiko (6640)
• United States
16 Jul 08
Voting registration age in my country(U.S.)begins at 18 years.
@lkbooi (16101)
• Malaysia
28 Jan 08
The legal voting age for a citizen in my country, Malaysia is 21 years old. There are certain periods fixed for people who have reached the eligible age to register themselves as voters. Only the registered voter has the right to vote in the general election. Any how the authority hasn’t made the registration of voters compulsory yet.
• Philippines
17 Dec 07
it's the same with Phils, 18 years up :-) they say, people at this age are wiser of their choices.... but what you don't have wise choices????? hhhmmmmmm :-)
16 Dec 07
the voting age is 18 in China. happy posting!
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
16 Dec 07
Hi sreejithsreenivas! As you know ny now, I am from the Philippines and the voting age for national election here in our country is 18 years old. Take care and have a nice day! :) Merry Christmas and Peace to all!
@fanji008 (782)
• China
15 Dec 07
Hi,there! The voting age in my country is also 18 years old.Actually it states in the law only when you're above 18 years old,you're a real adult.Then you're responsible for everything you do. You can decide for yourself and it seems you're more mature and think more carefully if you reach the age.Thanks for the discussion! Have a nice day^_^
@trinale (1480)
• United States
15 Dec 07
The voting age here in the U.S. is 18 also. Most 18 year olds here don't take advantage of that right though.