- Wg BBC, która przygląda się nieprawidłowościach w wyborach do PE problemy z głosowaniem zgłaszali obywatele Polski, Belgii, Cypru, Danii, Francji, Hongkongu, Włoch, Szwecji, Szwajcarii, Ukrainy, Stanów Zjednoczonych.
Very upset to be denied the right to vote, as EU citizen who has lived 27 years in the UK. My name was crossed off the list inside the polling station. Even though I received a letter from Newham Council stating I’m already registered to vote after filling in form #DeniedMyVote pic.twitter.com/YevNMXuQ5V— Else Kvist (@ElseKvist) 23 maja 2019
I've just been turned away from the polling station because my name wasn't on the list and they couldn't verify where I lived. For reference, here's a picture of the Polling Station and My Home... approximately 15 meters away. #DeniedMyVote British Politics at its finest, folks. pic.twitter.com/1KzGK9RnAE— Ryan Leston (@RyanLeston) 23 maja 2019
My girlfriend's vote was denied this morning, but the Electoral Service is rectifying now. Please contact them if you have been #DeniedMyVote, as it looks like now all EU citizens are allowed to vote at #EUelections2019 in the UK pic.twitter.com/KJmHUrgkxk— Manuel Maqueda (@maquetronx) 23 maja 2019
An eligible Polish voter “was told SIX times she could not vote, but was insistent and eventually they found her on the roll and she has now voted". How many others were not so persistent? This is a democratic outrage. #DeniedMyVote #Leeds https://t.co/3i2XZFS78p— Leeds for Europe ?? (@LeedsEurope) 23 maja 2019
Just imagine this #DeniedMyVote scandal had happened in, say, Uganda (apologies Uganda: I’m not saying it would). Imagine the patronising, sanctimonious comments in the British media. #Britain, you are now officially one of the world‘s leading Banana Republics. @10DowningStreet— Dagmar Seeland (@dseeland) 25 maja 2019