TALLINN - The Estonian parliament on Tuesday passed amendments to the Citizenship Act, which according to the senior member of the government coalition Center Party will render the conditions for obtaining the citizenship of Estonia more flexible.
The legislation in effect so far only enabled granting the Estonian citizenship to minors if both of their parents were of undetermined citizenship, or holders of a so-called gray passport, spokespeople for the party told BNS. When the amendments step into effect, the option to acquire the Estonian citizenship al...
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