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If these documents are granted by Turkish authorities, they must be e-signed/signed and sealed/wet stamped; if granted abroad, they should be apostilled and their Turkish translation should be notarized. (...) Additionally, pursuant to the Article 8 Paragraph 1 of the Turkish Citizenship Law No. 5901 “A child born in Turkey, but acquiring no citizenship of any state by birth through his/her alien mother or father is a Turkish citizen from the moment of birth.” Within this framework foreign children, who are born in Turkey and whose parents are staying in Turkey as stateless persons, are deemed as Turkish citizen and they are registered in this regard.
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Score: 1738849.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...rationMarginalized/Turkey.docx
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Al Mustafa was arrested again on 15 May 2020 in Konya city. The Turkish police allegedly came to his home and told him that they needed to question him about his application for Turkish citizenship. (...) Al Mustafa was arrested on 15 May 2020 in Konya city. The Turkish police came to his home and told him that they needed to question him about his application for Turkish citizenship. (...) He then proceeded to apply for Turkish citizenship. However, on 15 May 2020, Mr.
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Score: 1642996 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...A-HRC-WGAD-2022-12-TUR-AEV.pdf
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On the regulation of citizenship by successor States, he said the International Law Commission’s declaration contained a specific text on citizenship by successor States which dealt with issues such as the right to citizenship, prevention of the loss of citizenship, and the ban on deprivation of citizenship; and it was therefore not a good idea for the Sub-Commission to develop a working document on this issue. (...) The International Law Commission declaration contained a specific text on citizenship by successor States which dealt with issues such as the right to citizenship, prevention of the loss of citizenship, and the ban on deprivation of citizenship. (...) Concerning the rights of women married to foreigners; he said attention had been focused on the question of citizenship of women married to foreigners. In many countries there still was discrimination against women who married foreigners which led to the loss of citizenship.
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Score: 1489852.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...stice-expert-introduces-report
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He went on to say that framework provided for a bizonal, bicommunal federation with a single personality, single indivisible sovereignty and single citizenship, and represented the only compromise on which a political arrangement could be built.  (...) The role of the Cypriots, both Greek and Turkish, was to agree on what they wanted, something he believed could be achieved. (...) The solution should allow Greek and Turkish Cypriots “to live and work together in an independent, prosperous country, within the family of the European Union, without the presence of foreign armies and illegal colonists under conditions of security and respect for their identity and their rights”.
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Score: 1468841.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/63/generaldebate/cyprus.shtml
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This constitutes a violation of article 13 (1) of the Code of Criminal Procedure and article 29 (2)–(3) of the Constitution; (j) The six Turkish nationals were not offered legal counsel, in violation of article 12 (6) of the administrative instruction on the return of aliens residing illegally in Kosovo; (k) The Department for Citizenship, Asylum and Immigration, by not being involved in the expulsion operation, did not fulfil its obligation to provide travel documents for those Turkish citizens who did not possess travel documents. This constitutes a violation of article 8 (1) and (3) of the Law on Foreigners; (l) The Division for Readmission and Return of the Department for Citizenship, Asylum and Immigration, by not being involved in the expulsion operation, did not fulfil its obligation to verify the identity of those Turkish nationals who did not possess identifying documents and to organize their return. (...) This constitutes a violation of article 108 (3) of the Law on General Administrative Procedure; (w) By amalgamating elements from the forcible removal orders and the removal orders, the Department for Citizenship, Asylum and Immigration and Aliens maximally restricted the opportunity of the six Turkish nationals to exercise their right to appeal.
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Score: 1457425.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de..._47_Advance_Edited_Version.pdf
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According to the Government of Turkey, Law No. 6356 also facilitated the establishment of trade union and “the condition for founders of trade unions to have Turkish citizenship is removed.”[footnoteRef:2] [2: See also the initial report on the implementation of the Convention of Migrant Workers, contained in document CMW/C/TUR/1, para 37. (...) The reservation states that, “ The Turkish Law on Trade Unions allows only the Turkish citizens to form trade unions in Turkey.” (...) In its initial report on the implementation of the Convention of Migrant Workers, contained in document CMW/C/TUR/1, the Government of Turkey informs that, “ With the Law on Trade Unions and Collective Labor Agreements No. 6356, formation of trade union organs and procedures for the establishment of trade unions are facilitated and the condition for founders of trade unions to have Turkish citizenship is removed. After this development, Turkey is considering [to] withdraw its reservation for Article 40 .”
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Score: 1441503.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...AssociationMigrations/JWF.docx
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Rauf Denktash and myself providing for the exchange of information on the location of graves of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot missing persons has not been implemented because of the continuing negative stance of the Turkish side. (...) We see a state with a single citizenship, sovereignty and international personality. (...) And this growth will be even greater for our Turkish Cypriot compatriots, who are currently suffering due to the dire political and economic situation in the occupied areas.
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Score: 1435736.7 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/...6/statements/011111cyprusE.htm
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Marital status: ( Single ( Married ( Separated ( Divorced ( Widowed ( Other 9. Current citizenship 10. Citizenship at birth 11. Father’s full name 12. (...) If I fail to comply with the relevant provisions of the Turkish Passport Law No: 5682 and Law on the Residence and Travel of Aliens in Turkey No: 5683, my entry will be refused and in case of refusal, I will not claim any compensation. 38.
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Score: 1426190 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/L...ts/Turkey_IV/visa/visaform.doc
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In September 2014, authorization to excavate a second military area was given by the Turkish Forces. As the area had been declared a mine field by Turkish Cypriot authorities, a mine survey was conducted in October 2014, during which no mines were found. (...) With regard to Turkish Cypriot victims, on 11 March 2014, in Gürtekin and Others v. (...) Recognizing that forms of citizenship around the world are premised on highly gendered concepts of personhood and State, the Gender Advisory Team endeavoured to sketch out the parameters for making the citizenship clauses of an eventual agreement more gender-sensitive.
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Score: 1425489.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...8/Documents/A-HRC-28-20_en.doc
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Twenty-eight years have passed, since the tragic summer of 1974, and the people of Cyprus, both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, are still suffering from the terrible consequences of the Turkish invasion and the continuing military occupation of 37% of the Republic's territory. (...) The international community regrettably has yet to see the much-expected change of attitude from the Turkish side. The Security Council in its statement of 9 July, most authoritatively, declared that the "Turkish Cypriot side has been less constructive in its approach so far and had declined to support the goal of resolving the core issues". (...) We call upon Turkey and the Turkish-Cypriot leadership to heed the call of the international community and abandon its unacceptable policy of division and communal segregation.
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Score: 1424270.9 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/...7/statements/020920cyprusE.htm
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