Somalian nationality law

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The Somali nationality law is dictated by the Federal Constitution, adopted on August 1, 2012.[1] According to Article 54, the allocation of powers and resources between the Federal Government of Somalia and the Federal Republic of Somalia's constituent Federal Member States shall be negotiated and agreed upon by the Federal Government and the Federal Member States, except in matters pertaining to citizenship and immigration, foreign affairs, national defense, and monetary policy.[2]

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