293 LAW OF THE RUSSIAN SOVIET FEDERATIVE SOCIALIST RE- PUBLIC "ON CITIZENSHIP OF THE RSFSR" Ved.RSFSR 1992 No.6 item 243 Citizenship is the stable legal relationship of a person with the state which is expressed in the totality of their mutual rights, duties, and responsibilities based on the recognition of and respect for the dignity, and the basic rights and freedoms of the individual. The present Law is called upon to provide for the realization of the norms and principles of international law and the Constitution of the RSFSR which relate to citizenship and human rights, to establish more favorable legal conditions for each citizen of the RSFSR, and to protect and defend the RSFSR and citizens of the RSFSR who are located outside its borders. CHAPTER I. GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1. The Right to Citizenship 1. Each person in the RSFSR has a right to citizenship. 2. No one may be deprived of its citizenship in the RSFSR or of the right to change its citizenship. 3. A citizen of the RSFSR may not be extradited to another state other than on the basis of law or an international treaty of the RSFSR. Article 2. Citizenship of
Review of Central and East European Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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