As a response to the Paris attacks, the French President, François Hollande proposes to revoke the citizenship of convicted terrorists with dual nationality, even if French-born. The proposal has turned into a harsh political dispute within the country.
Currently, under the French law, citizenship revocation can only be applied to people who have been naturalised within the last ten years, but the procedure is rarely implemented.
The new rules would extend it to all dual nationals, but can...
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