Which country is the only country in Europe with no voting or electoral rights?
Women comprise approximately 5.5% of the citizenry of Vatican City. Among the women who have citizenship in Vatican City, there is one officer in the military, two teachers (one teaches in high school, the other teaches in kindergarten), and one academic. Women obtain Vatican City citizenship by marriage (as a baptized Catholic) to their husbands; however such citizenship "lasts only for the duration of their stay" in Vatican City.
Vatican City is the only country in Europe with no voting or electoral rights, including no voting rights for women. That is because no elections are held in Vatican City, and consequently, neither male nor female citizens or residents have voting rights. Members of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State, which forms the legislature of Vatican City, are appointed by the Pope.