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Hinata Sama

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Chinese
Hi, friends.
Does the usage of 'have no access to' here sound natural and idiomatic to native speakers ?

We have no access to getting involved with politics.
We can't even vote for our own mayors.


Because I seem to have never heard a verb after 'have no access to'?
So I am really not sure if that is correct and also not sure about if the verb should be in progressive form
or infinitive form.
Please help.
 
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