Most Portuguese voters in the United Kingdom vote by post and must return a ballot with a copy of their citizenship card to arrive in Portugal before the 23rd of this month. If the ballot is in person, you must vote by March 13 at the respective embassy in the area.
Voting by post is completely free, so Portuguese people living in the United Kingdom must cover their ballots with a green envelope. Then, on the return envelope (white), with the indication that the postage has been paid, place the green envelope and a photocopy of the citizen’s card, close it and deposit it in any mailbox in the area of residence. Inside the envelope you will find a leaflet with instructions on the voting process.
The voter list in the United Kingdom has 156,709 registered voters and, in a canceled poll, 31,037 immigrants voted. Across Europe, 926,376 people registered to vote and 78,048 cast their ballots.
In the United Kingdom, the Portuguese won 36.65% of the vote for PS, 22.43% for PSD and 6.28% for CHEGA.
In Europe, Portuguese immigrants elect two representatives, who in the previous election were separated from the PS by Paulo Pisco and from the PSD by Carlos Goncalves.
Subscribe to the newsletter
Subscribe to our newsletter and receive messages in your email from Monday to Friday