European Convention on Nationality (English, noun)

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Term or phrase European Convention on Nationality
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Description of origin, manner, or change of usage This Convention embodies principles and rules applying to all aspects of nationality. It is designed to make acquisition of a new nationality and recovery of a former one easier, to ensure that nationality is lost only for good reason and cannot be arbitrarily withdrawn, to guarantee that the procedures governing applications for nationality are just, fair and open to appeal, and to regulate the situation of persons in danger of being left stateless as a result of State succession. It also covers multiple nationality, military obligations and co-operation between States Parties.
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Or was the source of the description online? If so, insert the source here. "Details of Treaty No.166: European Convention on Nationality," Council of Europe, accessed August 31, 2018, https://www.coe.int/en/web/conventions/full-list/-/conventions/treaty/166
Century CE or BCE of origin, manner, or change of usage 20 CE
Years CE or BCE of relevance 1997 CE, 2000 CE
Geographic area Europe
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This Convention embodies principles and ruThis Convention embodies principles and rules applying to all aspects of nationality. It is designed to make acquisition of a new nationality and recovery of a former one easier, to ensure that nationality is lost only for good reason and cannot be arbitrarily withdrawn, to guarantee that the procedures governing applications for nationality are just, fair and open to appeal, and to regulate the situation of persons in danger of being left stateless as a result of State succession. It also covers multiple nationality, military obligations and co-operation between States Parties.s and co-operation between States Parties. +
"Details of Treaty No.166: European Convention on Nationality," Council of Europe, accessed August 31, 2018, https://www.coe.int/en/web/conventions/full-list/-/conventions/treaty/166 +
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