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Iran’s Nationality Law Bill Highlights Challenges for Legislative Reform

Expand Girl and women ride on a bus in Tehran © Reuters A long-awaited bill that would allow the children of Iranian women married to foreign spouses to obtain citizenship for the first time hangs in the balance. Iran’s elected executive and legislative branches have advanced this bill, which would change the lives of thousands of Iranians. But its potential protections have been eroded by appointed bodies, revealing the increasingly steep path for reforms via legislative action in Iran.  Iran’s Civil Code provides that children and spouses of Iranian men are granted nationality automatically,…

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