Oh BTW let us analysis how different is casting ballot in Italy and that in India.
1. Pursuant to Presidential decree n. 226 of December 22, 2012, elections was held on February 24 and February 25, 2013 to elect representatives to the Chamber of Deputies and to the Senate of the Republic.
2. Outside of Italy, Italian citizens residing abroad who are registered voters in the Overseas District may vote by correspondence. They can do so by casting their vote for the candidates listed on the ballot for the “Circoscrizione Estero” (Overseas District).
3. All voters residing abroad that do not opt to vote in Italy before January 3 will receive a packet by mail before February 6 from their respective Consular Office containing: an instruction sheet on the voting procedures, the electoral certificate, a ballot (two for voters over the age of 25, therefore eligible to vote also for the Senate), one blank white envelope for the ballots, a stamped envelope bearing the address of the Consular Office of jurisdiction, and the list of candidates for the Electoral zone of residence.
4. The stamped envelope containing the ballots, completed as indicated by the instruction sheet, must be sent by mail as soon as possible in order to reach the Consular Office by – and no later than – 4:00 pm (local time) on February 21.
That brings me back to a chintu sa question: Did Italian Embassy in India approached Hon'ble SC with un-clean hands while pleading for marines to send back to Italy JUST TO CAST THEIR VOTE and secondly why did not Indian Govt. standing advocate not place above Election Law of Italy before our Hon'ble SC?
Offcourse I cannot question our own Apex Court thus leaving same rape of the mind questions blank - blank - blank.