postolic Vicar of Northern Arabia, His Lordship Bishop Camillo Ballin MCCJ, cast his first vote as a citizen of Bahrain, alongside as many as 349,713 Bahraini citizens aged 20 and above, in the Kingdom’s fourth parliamentary and municipal elections on November 22, 2014.
Registered voters could cast their ballots at 40 sub-polling stations across the country.
“I feel proud and privileged to exercise my civil duty,” said Bishop Camillo Ballin, “It is a great opportunity to contribute towards the democratic strides made by the Kingdom of Bahrain.”
ABOVE: (Left) Bahraini Citizens casting their vote. (Right) H.L. Bishop Camillo casting his vote at a polling station. Picture Courtesy: Daily Tribune News, Bahrain