COUNTRIES WHERE MILITARY MEMBERS CAN'T VOTE (AND OTHER PEOPLE CAN)
Six countries (all Latin American or Arab nations) do not allow the members of their armed forces to vote in public elections where non-military people can vote. In fact, one country, Guatemala, restricts the members of their armed forces to their barracks on election day. Peru allowed members of the military and national police to vote in 2006 after many years of not voting.
2. Dominican Republic
Source: CIA World Factbook, 2007.
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