In Austria, you can vote at 16 and don’t need to register. For some elections, EU citizens can vote too.
In democracies, a citizen’s right to vote is the way to participate in the democratic process. In Austria, universal suffrage for men was introduced in 1907 and the country was one of the first in Europe to introduce women’s suffrage in 1918.
The right to vote in Austria has two parts: the active right to vote, and the right to run for office, also called “passive right to vote.” In 2007, the voting age was lowered from 18 to 16, following the end of required schooling.
The vote can only be taken away as part of sentencing for a serious criminial conviction. Depending on the year, voters choose the Federal President and representatives to the National Council (i.e….