citizenship


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citizenship

the legal link between an individual and a state or territory as a result of which the individual is entitled to certain protection, rights and privileges, and subject to certain obligations and allegiance.
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What is important are the rights of man, emancipation from prejudices, and equality of citizenship, and all these ideas Napoleon has retained in full force."
But think again: In his wealthy days, while he was spending his money, was a man of this sort a whit more good to the State for the purposes of citizenship? Or did he only seem to be a member of the ruling body, although in truth he was neither ruler nor subject, but just a spendthrift?
And still they remain in the city; there they are, ready to sting and fully armed, and some of them owe money, some have forfeited their citizenship; a third class are in both predicaments; and they hate and conspire against those who have got their property, and against everybody else, and are eager for revolution.
His high ideal of citizenship offers to those who can satisfy its claims the prospect of a fair life; those who fall short are deemed to be different in nature and shut out entirely from approach to the ideal.
Best of all, the famous and eloquent Senator Spareshanks, presidential candidate, rode out in an automobile to discuss the sacred privileges of American citizenship, and protection and prosperity for the American workingman.
Indeed, so completely has man's personality been absorbed by his possessions that the English law has always treated offences against a man's property with far more severity than offences against his person, and property is still the test of complete citizenship. The industry necessary for the making money is also very demoralising.
Relations were strained between Germany and the United States because of the intense exasperation of a tariff conflict and the ambiguous attitude of the former power towards the Monroe Doctrine, and they were strained between the United States and Japan because of the perennial citizenship question.
1,150 citizens of Uzbekistan are at risk of withdrawal of citizenship after they departed from the country more than 3 years, but have not registered with embassies.
"We're looking at that very seriously, birthright citizenship," (https://us.cnn.com/2019/08/21/politics/trump-birthright-citizenship-14th-amendment/index.html) said Trump , who previously promised to unilaterally end birthright citizenship.
This is where the final piece of the equation comes into play: citizenship.
He said its introduction followed consultation on the Citizenship Amendment Bill specifically the provision on dual citizenship which Parliament put on hold because it affected 34 other pieces of legislation.
To enable me to perform my assigned task I will like to seek your permission to alter the topic to 'Dual Citizenship for Liberians: The Challenges, Advantages, and Way Forward to the Future.'

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