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Hundreds of prisoners are to be given the right to vote in Scottish elections, under controversial laws unveiled by SNP ministers.

Graeme Dey, the Parliamentary Business Minister, published legislation extending the franchise in Holyrood and council elections to inmates serving sentences of less than a year.

He argued the move was required to comply with a ruling from the European Court of Human Rights that the current blanket ban on prisoners voting is unlawful.

If adopted now, the plan would see around 1,000 of Scotland's 8,000-strong prison population being able to cast a proxy or postal vote in the elections.

However, this number is expected to substantially reduce in future after SNP ministers...

Hundreds of prisoners are to be given the right to vote in Scottish elections, under controversial laws unveiled by SNP ministers.

Graeme Dey, the Parliamentary Business Minister, published legislation extending the franchise in Holyrood and council elections to inmates serving sentences of less than a year.

He argued the move was required to comply with a ruling from the European Court of Human Rights that the current blanket ban on prisoners voting is unlawful.

If adopted now, the plan would see around 1,000 of Scotland's 8,000-strong prison population being able to cast a proxy or postal vote in the elections.

However, this number is expected to substantially reduce in future after SNP ministers...

Hundreds of prisoners are to be given the right to vote in Scottish elections, under controversial laws unveiled by SNP ministers.

Graeme Dey, the Parliamentary Business Minister, published legislation extending the franchise in Holyrood and council elections to inmates serving sentences of less than a year.

He argued the move was required to comply with a ruling from the European Court of Human Rights that the current blanket ban on prisoners voting is unlawful.

If adopted now, the plan would see around 1,000 of Scotland's 8,000-strong prison population being able to cast a proxy or postal vote in the elections.

However, this number is expected to substantially reduce in future after SNP ministers...

Hundreds of prisoners are to be given the right to vote in Scottish elections, under controversial laws unveiled by SNP ministers.

Graeme Dey, the Parliamentary Business Minister, published legislation extending the franchise in Holyrood and council elections to inmates serving sentences of less than a year.

He argued the move was required to comply with a ruling from the European Court of Human Rights that the current blanket ban on prisoners voting is unlawful.

If adopted now, the plan would see around 1,000 of Scotland's 8,000-strong prison population being able to cast a proxy or postal vote in the elections.

However, this number is expected to substantially reduce in future after SNP ministers...