Voting at 16: Does it make a difference? - BBC My World
Voting ages around the world can vary a lot depending on where you live. In this video BBC My World brings together two sixteen-year-olds to find out what having the right to vote means to them. Bradley lives in Malta and can vote now at 16. Elyazia lives in Dubai and she can't vote until she's 25. Should voting ages be different? What's it like where you live? For a wider look at voting ages around the world check BBC My World's round up video here: BBC My World is a new show for young people around the world, brought to you by executive producers Angelina Jolie and the BBC World Service. We've also partnered with Microsoft Education and BBC Learning to show you how the news is made, fact-check stories and spot fake news.