Election Obligations & Standards Database
"A general, automatic, indiscriminate restriction of the suffrage rights of all people convicted of a crime, regardless of the nature and degree of the crime, is an example of a restriction too broadly applied."
OSCE (ODIHR): Guidelines for Reviewing a Legal Framework for Elections, Second Edition
, p. 20
Guidelines for Reviewing a Legal Framework for Elections, Second Edition
Limits placed on the right to vote must be based on objective and reasonable criteria.
Accommodation to vote should be made for voters with special needs, including prisoners who have voting rights.