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Natural Nationality and Citizenship Law

Natural Nationality and Citizenship Law

This is a draft of a personal idea to create a new nationality and citizenship law. The aims of this law proposal are:
1- To save nature and develop the environment;
2- To protect the indigenous or first people and their responsibilities, economy and cultures;
3- To give freedom to new-born to choose their nationality, religious belief and culture.

The Principles of Natural Nationality and Citizenship Law (NNAC)
1– Any land, as a part of nature, cannot be owned by people, governments or individuals; but nature can only be served.
2– Replace the concept of ownership with guardianship for all assets that cannot be produced or manufactured.
3– Any piece of land and all other natural assets can only be utilized and developed in return for annual rental contract fees.
4– The annual rental fees shall be collected by the government and paid to the local first people.
5– Any consistent negligence, abuse, or misuse of natural assets rental contract shall revoke the utilization and development contracts.
6– Individuals and groups shall own the manufactured and products of land and all other natural assets but not the assets themselves.
7– A first people are the known first inhabitant of a territory of land known indigenous tribe. Any first people are the only legitimate guardians of the territory of historic land where they live.
8– The rights of nature’s guardianship of any first people must be respected and protected by all people and governments and international organizations.
9– Citizenship shall have different categories depending on the levels of duties and rights eligible for each category.
10- Citizenship categories shall include: mature citizens; those below maturity of age; refugees; foreign contract workers; residents for long time; and honored persons.
11- Nationality is a timed legal contract between an individual and a first people, and first people are the only authority to grant nationality.
12- Nationality cannot be maintained for life or inherited or to be granted to non-citizens or to those below maturity of age.
13- Nationality can only be granted after an individual proves to any first people the allegiance of mindful devotion, heartfelt love, and mutual interests.
14- Nationality shall be renewed periodically; and may expire or be revoked by either party of the contact once any condition of the contract is legally ceased to exist.
15- Nationality is independent of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, residency, parents’ nationality, marriage, and place of birth.
16- Infants and below maturity of age are considered universal citizens and without nationality, political responsibilities and religious affiliation.
17- Governments shall only implement and process the decisions of nationality taken by each local nation of first people.
18- Decisions concerning citizenship and immigration shall be taken by governments according to the established laws and regulations.
19- Renewal and revocation of nationality contract shall be organized and maintained by the specialized courts of each local nation of first people.
20- The Natural Nationality and Citizenship Law (NNAC) shall gradually replace the current nationality, citizenship and immigration laws and regulations.

 

Comments on: "Natural Nationality and Citizenship Law (NNAC)" (2)

  1. This Natural Nationality and Citizenship Law creates a new aristocracy composed of the so called first peoples. They will be the “first class” citizens. Most of humanity are not composed of first peoples. It also probably incites discrimination against people of mixed ethnicities (a great chunk of world population). Many ethnicities cannot prove to be first people of a given piece of territory. The first people could not breed with anybody of different ethnicity or their descendants risk losing the first people privileges. If a person belonging to a first people migrate to another land or country their descendants in these new place even if they are “pure-bloods” may lose their parents’ first people rights, so they will see emigration as a bad thing for a first people person. In my particular case I can claim first people condition in the land of my parents (they are first people) if I come back there, but I am married to a woman of different ethnicity (she is partially descendant of African slaves, native americans, arabs, north africans and iberians) so my children cannot be considered first people in any part of the world.

  2. My proposal is about racism or discrimination but for integration and creating and maintaining ethnic divisions.
    Whatever the origins of new settlers they must be willing and welcome to integrate; but if they are not ready to serve the land and its custodians then they chose to stay as temporary residents. Immigrants must not be allowed to have foreign loyalty and interests if they want to be citizens.

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