Bhutanese Citizenship Act 1985 - Provisions of The Citizenship Act of 1985

Provisions of The Citizenship Act of 1985

The first article of the Act provides its name, its date of enactment, and that it supersedes any conflicting prior laws relating to citizenship. Namely, this Act superseded the Citizenship act of 1958 and Amendments of 1977.

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