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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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Looking at why people voted in 2019, civic duty is most often invoked as the main reason by 52% of voters, an increase of 11 points compared to 2014.
He has a civic duty to represent and promote the area by supporting local events and causes.
Indeed, the civic duty of responsible voters does not end on election day.
The FBR would continue with its efforts of creating awareness about the importance of paying taxes not only as a civic duty but also for the growth of the economy.
FBR will continue with its efforts of creating awareness about the importance of paying taxes not only as a civic duty but also for the growth of the economy.
ALLOWING charity trustees time off work to fulfil their roles might encourage a greater number of people to "take on this important but unpaid civic duty", a Labour MP has suggested.
When I taught opinion journalism at the University of the Philippines, I assigned Randy David's 'Civic duty and national renewal' as must reading.
attending give their at the they did duty the of result Rural spokesman "The witnesses had their reservations about attending court to give their evidence at the trial but they stood there, did their civic duty and had the satisfaction of seeing the result.
It also urged all eligible voters to obtain their permanent voter cards to enable them to perform their civic duty during the election.
No juror's civic duty is pro-prosecution or pro-defence.
"The project seeks to empower in and out of school youth between the age of 16 and 35 to understand their political environment and actively participate in democracy with an informed view of their civic duty and a respect for human rights," she said.
The Organ Shortage Crisis in America: Incentives, Civic Duty, and Closing the Gap