Population with a disabilityaccording to World Health Organization’s 15% estimate
Ratified the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Article 2, part (4) states:
Persons lacking active legal capacity as declared by a civil judgment of a court having entered into force, as well as persons sentenced by a criminal judgment having entered into force and serving a punishment for grave and particularly grave offences, committed intentionally, do not have the right to elect.
Article 48, part (4) states:
Persons declared as legally incapable by a court judgment that has entered into legal force, as well as persons convicted and serving sentence for the intentional commission of a grave crime by a court judgment that has entered into legal force may not vote and be elected, as well as take part in a referendum. Citizens convicted and serving a sentence for other crimes under a court judgment that has entered into legal force, shall not have the right to be elected.
Article 98.1 states:
The powers of a parliamentarian shall lapse upon...entry into legal force of a judgment declaring him as legally incapable,...