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MyQueen
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9 minutes ago, Miss Dolly said:

I get the benefits of that system. Do you have automatic ID when you turn 18? 

ID or PASSPORT! Its not especially for voting! Its for crossing borders to or to ligitimate yourself

 

 

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Miss Dolly
7 minutes ago, MyQueen said:

ID or PASSPORT! Its not especially for voting! Its for crossing borders to

Ahh right. We don’t have an National ID card here in Scotland. We have driving license or passport

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TheAlexer
1 hour ago, Miss Dolly said:

I get the benefits of that system. Do you have automatic ID when you turn 18? 

At least in Germany every citizen is required by law to always have your ID card with them from the moment they become 16 years old

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bionic
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I love a politically engaged country :sis: No matter who wins the election overall, every successful candidate will have a strong mandate 

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bionic
19 minutes ago, TheAlexer said:

At least in Germany every citizen is required by law to always have your ID card with them from the moment they become 16 years old

What kind of tyranny :diane: Why??

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Miss Dolly
24 minutes ago, TheAlexer said:

At least in Germany every citizen is required by law to always have your ID card with them from the moment they become 16 years old

No thanks,  it’s seems a bit invasive 

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lestyoufall

Omg I seriously thought this was like saying that Scottish people were voting to establish their own version of Hollywood called Holyrood cause of their accent :neyde:

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lestyoufall
27 minutes ago, Miss Dolly said:

No thanks,  it’s seems a bit invasive 

How is that invasive??? It’s literally how you verify your identity & basically everyone carries an ID with them in the States… it’s also important if something were to happen to you they can identify your body.

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Miss Dolly
15 minutes ago, lestyoufall said:

How is that invasive??? It’s literally how you verify your identity & basically everyone carries an ID with them in the States… it’s also important if something were to happen to you they can identify your body.

It’s so the Government can keep tabs on you. 

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lestyoufall
14 minutes ago, Miss Dolly said:

It’s so the Government can keep tabs on you. 

It’s literally a plastic card in your pocket… no ones keeping tabs on you :triggered:

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Miss Dolly
Just now, lestyoufall said:

It’s literally a plastic card in your pocket… no ones keeping tabs on you :triggered:

Just not keen on the idea 

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MyQueen
2 hours ago, Miss Dolly said:

Ahh right. We don’t have an National ID card here in Scotland. We have driving license or passport

We have Nationa ID, but I don have it. I have only passport, Its enought, and I can do everything with it. Even travel outside EU.

Good lock with your independence, if you wanna it

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Kadikaado

Great news! Democracy FTW!!

I am authistic, so don't be offended if I make a mess sometimes.
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