Constitution of the Hellenic Republic

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Article 51(3). The Members of Parliament shall be elected through direct, universal and secret ballot by the citizens who have the right to vote, as specified by law. The law cannot abridge the right to vote except in cases where a minimum age has not been attained or in cases of legal incapacity or as a result of irrevocable criminal conviction for certain felonies. [...] (5). The exercise of the right to vote is compulsory [...]

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National constitutional law
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Country: 
Greece