John Simkin Posted September 22, 2005 Share Posted September 22, 2005 It seems that the French government is reconsidering its definition of citizenship. Ever since the 18th century people anybody born in France could claim citizenship, no matter the nationality of their parents. In the early 1990s the French government changed the law and insisted one of the parents had to be French. It is now proposed that both parents have to be French. The Socialist and Green parties are both against this proposal claiming that this law was “an integral part of the republic”. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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