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Part VII Rights, Ch.48 Citizenship

Ayelet Shachar

From: The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law

Edited By: Michel Rosenfeld, András Sajó

From: Oxford Constitutions (http://oxcon.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 13 August 2020

Despite all the fashionable predictions regarding the demise of citizenship, it is back with a vengeance.1 Politicians worldwide stress its importance; public policymakers debate how best to make citizenship meaningful in an age of globalized economic and communication flows, as well as growing migration pressures. Legislatures have also taken an interest, introducing new citizenship tests and crafting more restrictive admission criteria for various migrant categories. Constitutional and high courts around the globe have become embroiled in citizenship matters,...
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