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At 18 years old in Italy, you can vote in political, European, and administrative elections. Additionally, you can exercise your right to vote in other types of elections such as the renewal of representatives in certain public bodies.

You must be registered in the Italian electoral roll. To do so, you need to submit a request to the Italian Consulate in your country of residence. You may also need to provide proof of your Italian citizenship and residency.

Once registered, you can request an absentee ballot to vote in Italian elections. The specific voting procedures, such as the deadline to request a ballot and where to cast your vote, will be provided by the Italian Consulate in your country of residence.

It's important to note that voting rights and requirements may change, so it's best to check the latest information and guidelines from the relevant authorities.

The voting system in Italy operates under a proportional representation system, with a combination of closed-list proportional representation and a majority bonus.

In general elections, voters cast their ballots for political parties, rather than individual candidates. Each party creates a list of candidates, and the number of seats a party wins in Parliament is proportional to the number of votes it receives. The party's candidates are then appointed to parliament in the order listed on the party's ballot.

For certain elections, such as the election of the President of the Republic, the voting system may be different. In these cases, the specific voting procedures will be outlined by the relevant authorities.

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