San Marino

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type
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2019 No external voting No external voting Not applicable Voters who reside abroad have to travel to San Marino in order to cast their vote in person. The only change in external voting regulations was the amendment made to the Electoral Law in 2016 re-introducing the right of voters from abroad to cast a preferential vote. Before this amendment, voters could only vote for a candidate list and not for their preferred candidates. Data has been updated in December 2019.
2007 No external voting No external voting Not applicable Based on the research conducted for the publication of the Voting from Abroad: The International IDEA Handbook 2007.

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