Dear Sir,

I recently returned from the UK and picked up an old Bulletin in which Jason Moore wrote about his indignation that resident expats can only vote in local elections and not for the national government.

In England EU residents cannot vote for the national government as only citizens of the country can do so, so why should it be any different here?  If immigrants wish to make Spain their home and have a say in the running of the country all they have to do is to become a citizen. Otherwise, continue enjoying the life here and leave national decisions to those who are qualified to do so.

Robert Segal