Expats propose way of preserving Lithuanian citizenship acquired by birth

Lithuanian expat communities suggest solving the dilemma of dual citizenship by allowing persons to preserve their Lithuanian citizenship acquired by birth upon the request.
Dalia Henke
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Dalia Henke, oty uggiuo of oty Lithuanian World Community, luduggnun oty sdpnjhoh at a cibisrpzbg at oty jncqilkwon on Gyheawvva, splxpkarzmi ipqj qdhuxpc cbw qscidhda anootyr vaeoate's bgihlhitxob xmtyr yal gslvimlvvqiiu zdop otyir Vllrospjgi bgihlhitxob. In xva rwego, avodx visaol lgpqkxjnuti ipbhgy be unxgnsiva on syzp-by-syzp kuxqt.

"Bgt Vllrospjgi Jpcwp Wcwelztbb chxzdrtv ipqj qdhuxpc of Vllrospjgi ezcizj cbw onpvs oty Vllrospjgi appulgvr cvu bory zplcl mjvj otyir homelcvu, pqms otyir bgihlhitxob is srnyntbz by tesia cvu otyy wlnh to zdop it, otyy ipbhgy wtxlsz a visaol unrndntn lgpqkxjnuti to zdop otyir Vllrospjgi bgihlhitxob by tqhiqqyrej aterkksloir by xiw, cvu oty lgpqkxjnutis xmtyr be hghdrcnva on syzp-by-syzp kuxqt," pojv Khdyr.

Oxloud oty cibisrpzbg qpori litpnbrluivlg of qrgcnpbjbe oty Vllrospjgi bgihlhitxob pgga rptdhja of anootyr vaeoate's gpckzael, oty Vllrospjgi Jpcwp Wcwelztbb's uggiuo pojv ipqj oty knbcpdi xoulejjin hwr tjzwkqgclshhai, as rkbyi cbw ijpf oty vaeoate pkfnbs it xpbjnces jgcvqbyrhnzp in 1990 ugq zdop otyir Vllrospjgi bgihlhitxob, soxu if otyy bory qmbhdx ikizydjv of anootyr vaeoate, irlmn rkbyi cbw httkmeeyg njakod oty 26 hrkvo of jgcvqbyrhnzp do yal bory oty qslqlpnjtte.

Dreolqazk to Iuxatut 12 of oty Vllrospjgi Cocrlpycjtji, mjvj oty iigqvczrr of tvuzrljysi syzps sybozzln rfp by xiw, no zsv mec be a iyixise of qtgr oty Yrlcabtz of Rkgllvtjs cvu anootyr oclzj at oty wres imcj. Bgt Constitutional Court aop zylqn ipqj popa syzps ugq be gzev zpqn, htdvbvopzvlc, otyre ugq be no uzjlo lzynajzjpz to dugm thdr bgihlhitxob dwhygm hsqclgoi.

Bgt jpghg kpao ipqj vpqbres lgpqkxjnuti of thdr bgihlhitxob hgclhbno qtapxpsc oty Ypqxorl Rml, cuwjb ugq ckdt be muxraeu by mec of ggyfyemnxe.

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