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SA voting in Bahrain

2014-04-30 07:09
Tracy Welthagen Comments: 6 Article views: 991
It's really hurtful that our country has not given us a place to vote at in Bahrain, in the Middle East.

They beg us to register and we do...now we can only vote in Saudi Arabia or Dubai.

And us women cant get into Saudi and don't have the time on a working day to fly to Dubai.

What happens to our registered non vote now?

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