Talk:Luxembourgish nationality law

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Lead sentence[edit]

The lead sentence says, "The Luxembourgian nationality law is ruled by the Constitution of Luxembourg." Article 9 of the Constitution of Luxembourg says:

Article 9 [Citizenship, Political Rights]

(1) The status of Luxembourger shall be acquired, retained, and lost in accordance with the rules determined by civil law.
(2) The Constitution and the other laws relating to political rights determine what conditions in addition to this status are necessary for the exercise of these rights.
(3) By way of derogation from the preceding paragraph, the law may confer the exercise of political rights to non-Luxembourgers. (see [http://www.servat.unibe.ch/icl/lu00000_.html this]

From this, it appears that Luxembourgian nationality law is ruled by Luxembourg civil law. I haven't been able to find such Luxembourg civil law online which would tell me what Luxembourgian nationality law provides. -- Boracay Bill (talk) 08:45, 15 August 2008 (UTC)

Here you can find information about Lux. nationality law[edit]

Give a look at http://www.mj.public.lu/nationalite/index.html (there is all a dossier, in french, about it).

The multi-nationality has been voted by the Parliament on October the 15th, 2008. The new nationality law will be ruling from the Janaury the 1st, 2009. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 62.203.174.134 (talk) 22:18, 21 October 2008 (UTC)


Luxembourgish/Luxembourgian[edit]

I suggest changing all mentions of "Luxembourgian" to "Luxembourgish", when concerning the adjective. This would be in line with the terminology used by the Luxembourg embassies in English-speaking countries (e.g. http://londres.mae.lu/en/General-Information-about-Luxembourg/Population-and-Demography) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 195.46.228.75 (talk) 09:00, 7 January 2014 (UTC)