Just because someone's politics don't jive with mine is no reason to deny them the right to vote. I may not like the consequences of this, but principle is more important than protecting the incumbency of two parties clinging to relevance. US overseas troops tend to vote Republican but you wouldn't ever hear a Democratic Senator try to take deny anyone the right to gain a few points, but then, that's the US. For all its flaws at least their leaders (right and left) aren't a pack of narcissistic jackals.
South African court throws out fraud case against opposition politician (Reuters)
from the article: If Israel lets ex-pats vote, what's to stop enfranchising all Jews?