In the case of a person who makes an oath of allegiance to the country, then carries out a terrorist act against it; the citizenship conferred by the oath is annulled by the breaking of that oath. So it is not really revoked, it is abandoned by the oath-breaker. Everything that comes after that is the terrorist’s problem. Of course if the death sentence applies, then the citizenship becomes a moot point.

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Al Black

Al Black

I work in IT, Community volunteer interested in Politics, support Capitalism as the best economic system for lifting people out of poverty, Skeptical scientist.

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