Denaturalization

Denaturalization (also revocation of citizenship) is the reverse of naturalization, namely a state depriving one of its citizens of his or her citizenship. From the point of view of the individual, denaturalization means the revocation of citizenship (involuntary loss of citizenship). Denaturalization can be based on various legal justifications. The most severe form is the "stripping of citizenship" when denaturalization takes place as a penalty for actions considered criminal by the state, often only indirectly related to nationality, for instance for having served in a foreign military. In countries that enforce single citizenship, voluntary naturalization in another country will lead …

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Amnesty International · 27 June 2024 English

The Kuwaiti authorities have been escalating the repression of critics throughout 2024, by prosecuting and imposing prison sentences on individuals solely based on their speeches or writings, and stripping people …

orders fail to mention the reason behind their denaturalization. At least one of those denaturalized has criticized


Amnesty International · 26 June 2024 English

The year 2024 has been marked in Kuwait so far by escalating political repression, including new prosecutions, prison sentences and stripping of people’s nationality that have increased fear and further …

orders do not describe the reason for their denaturalization, and nothing about the reasons has been reported ability to maintain families in Kuwait.12 The denaturalization orders also included Salman al-Khaldi, who Kuwait’s, on social media. Arbitrary denaturalization, denaturalization motivated by the national’s exercise of the right to freedom of expression, and denaturalization resulting in statelessness are not permitted


Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network · 4 May 2024 English

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demolitions, expulsion through deportation, and denaturalization. Policy Recommendations In order to challenge


Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network · 3 April 2024 English

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demolitions, expulsion through deportation, and denaturalization. Policy Recommendations In order to challenge


The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia · 28 February 2024 English

SERBIA: GEOPOLITICAL AND VALUES-BASED ALIGNMENT HELSINKI COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN SERBIA Serbia: Geopolitical and Values-Based REPORT OF THE HELSINKI Alignment COMMITTEE 2023. [...] The contents of this publication are …

tools in the legiti- mate effort to avoid the denaturalization of new generations, not only in the increasingly







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