Political Analyst Peter Wickham advises regional governments against spending millions to bring in overseas voters
Political Analyst Peter Wickham in a recent article, advises regional governments against the common practice of spending millions on citizens outside the country as an incentive for them to return to vote in an election.
Wickham said ruling and opposition parties spend millions each election on charters and other means to get residents in the diaspora to participate in the electoral process, which is ill-advised.
In the article read by Q95’s Matt Peltier, Wickham regards these actions as an “expensive waste of money” and is of the firm belief that someone who is not a resident in the country should not vote.
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