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Should Youth Votes Count More Than Votes Cast by Elderly Citizens?
Youth votes should count more than votes cast by elderly citizens.
Youth are the producers of society, so they bear the brunt of economic policy more than the elderly.
Youth have a higher stake in the future of their country than their elderly counterparts.
Youth are more dependent on the state.
It would incentivize youth political engagement.
Policies will trend towards long-term benefits and actions rather than status quo short-term solutions.
This would unjustly deprive the elderly of their electoral influence.
This infringes on the right of equal representation of the elderly.
Young people can not be trusted with more representation.
The policy is vulnerable to electoral manipulation.
The disproportionate electoral power of youth could be used at the expense of elderly populations.
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