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Should citizenship in Poland be removed for particular crimes?


Nathan 18 | 1,363
2 Feb 2014 #1
Should it be done in Poland? If so, which crimes? If not, why not?
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 488
2 Feb 2014 #2
only if one commits a crime against the state, not the common one. And, of course, only if the citizen has dual (triple?) citizenship.
And it should be made in civilized way, by the judge in fair trial (not like they do in UK)
OP Nathan 18 | 1,363
3 Feb 2014 #3
And, of course, only if the citizen has dual (triple?) citizenship.

Why? Some people are leeches of the society they live in. They destroy the well-being of their co-citizens by corrupting the whole social pyramid, leading to the impoverishment of the majority; their actions turn the lives of millions into pathetic voiceless existence. These people cannot be considered citizens even behind bars. They can't be allowed to vote, to be employed by the government, etc.
Astoria - | 155
3 Feb 2014 #4
No Polish citizen can be stripped of his/her citizenship by any state authority, says the Constitution. The only way to lose Polish citizenship is to renounce it. One has to apply to the President who may agree but he doesn't have to.
OP Nathan 18 | 1,363
4 Feb 2014 #5
I wonder why? Just because one was born within the borders of a given state? Why do the immigrants then have to swear an oath? Just because they were born outside? I would consider citizenship a contract, not something as fingerprints or DNA that are innate to everyone individually. That contract stipulates certain obligations on its carriers. If a person commits some horrific crimes, whether directly or not, ruining lives of others, then than person, IMO, should be stripped of his/her rights.
kj99 8 | 54
4 Feb 2014 #6
RubasznyRumcajs
"And it should be made in civilized way, by the judge in fair trial (not like they do in UK)" ....... utter cock

being naturalised is one thing and being born a citizen is another - to be naturalised is to be GIVEN citizenship by the crown ( like what some of them poles have when theyve been living here 5 years and take one of those mickey mouse citizenship tests) , seems obvious to say , but presumably that which is the crowns to give , is the crowns to take ,

before you talk about all things being done in a" civilised way" , its worth noting that uk born citizens/subjects have never been able to have their citizenship taken away anyway , not since magna carta ,, on the other hand god knows how many poor poles had their citizenship taken off em in their very recent history by their very rotten commy goverment ...
johnny reb 28 | 5,079
1 Jun 2018 #7
If so, which crimes?

Ex-pats with Polish citizenships especially..... if they are considered to be an "undesirable" should lose their citizenship.
This would include public display of disrespect for Poland and it's citizens.
Showing any hatred towards Poland or Polish citizens.
Any undesirable motives for Poland.
Mocking elected officials and talking down about them.
In short, people you wouldn't want for your neighbor because of their uncivilized actions.


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