In the Uk after the age of 18, most people earn the right to vote, however, many chose not to due to a number of reasons but the main one being that, they don't want to make the wrong choice.Is this a justified reason? There are many elections going on, for example, India's elections that will be held in seven phrases that will last from 11th April to 17th May and also Spain's election which was held on 28th April. But why are is important to vote on these elections?

Voting, in the Uk, has not always been this easy and many in our history had to fight for this right. Britain in the early 19th century only a few people had the right to vote.  Large industrial cities like Leeds, Birmingham and Manchester did not have a single MP between them, whereas areas such as Dunwich in Suffolk were still sending two MPs to Westminster.

The fact that e have a right to vote may get taken for granted. Voting is a basic process that keeps a nation’s governmental system functional. It enables citizens to choose their own government. It also allows people to choose their representatives in the government. The purpose of every government is to develop and implement various policies for the benefit of its citizens allows you to have a choice about your country's democracy. Voting is crucial to activating the democratic process.

On the day of the election, voters won’t just have the capacity to choose their representatives in government for the following term, and they can also decide on measures like security issues and issues that they feel strongly for.

Although in the Uk, there are no elections right now there are some right now around the world, for example in India and Spain.The most important thing you can do is vote and raise awareness to vote if you want change and a voice in pushing your country forward.