Dual citizenship can only be allowed by way of changing the Constitution, says Dainius Žalimas, chairman of the Lithuanian Constitutional Court, adding that amending the Citizenship Law will not be enough.
Dainius Žalimas
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"The only possibility of implementing a broad multiple citizenship is amendment of the Constitution, I cannot say more than the Constitutional Court said in its finding of March 13 of 2013," Žalimas told BNS after meeting with the leader of the Lithuanian World Community.

The main topic of the Thursday's meeting between Žalimas and a delegation headed by the Lithuanian World Community leader, Dalia Henke. According to the press release circulated by the Constitutional Court, the guests inquired about the “Lithuanian Citizenship Law and issues of multiple citizenship.”

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