Constitution of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

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Article 9. (…) the law can confer the exercise of political rights on non-Luxembourgers. Article 51.(4) The election is direct. Article 51.(5) The Deputies are elected on the basis of universal suffrage pure and simple, on [a party] list ballot, following the rules of proportional representation, conforming to the principle of the smallest electoral quotient and following the rules to be determined by the law. Article 52. To be an elector, it is necessary:
1. to be a Luxembourger [masculine] or Luxembourger [feminine];
2. to enjoy civil and political rights;
3. to have completed 18 years of age;
To these three qualities shall be added those determined by the law. No tax
condition may be required. To be eligible, it is necessary: 1. to be a Luxembourger [masculine] or Luxembourger [feminine];
2. to enjoy civil and political rights;
3. to have completed 18 years of age; 4. to be domiciled in the Grand Duchy.
No other condition of eligibility may be imposed.

Type of law: 
National constitutional law
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Country: 
Luxembourg