Recently, the topic of dual citizenship became a thing in Australia: [emphasis added to quotes]
First two Australian senators resigned on learning they held citizenship of New Zealand and Canada.
Then a third stood down from his cabinet post on discovering that although he had never even been there, he was a citizen of Italy.
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Today marks a truly monumental anniversary: 800 years ago, at Runnymede Meadow, England, King John signed Magna Carta, June 15, 1215: [emphasis added to quotes]
Magna Carta established for the first time the principle that everybody, including the king, was subject to the law.
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Natural born citizen. Our Constitution requires presidents to be natural born citizens. “NO PERSON” can become president unless that person is a natural born citizen. Let’s parse the phrase.
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Pelo menos não tenho os papéis!
[At least I have papers … which is more than Empty Chair has.]
If you break the rules, then you break the rules.
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The text below comes from a UN translation of the Indonesian law of citizenship that was in effect when Barry Soetoro lived in that country in the early to middle 1960s. This version took effect in 1958. Portions are copied here to elucidate particular passages that may be pertinent to our many prior discussions. Comments were added in red and emphasis was added in some places: