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The current constitution of Moldova was adopted on July 29, 1994, by the Moldovan parliament and it officially came into effect on August 27, 1994. Since it was established, Moldova’s constitution has been amended eight times. Like many other nations, the constitution is the country’s supreme law. Moldovan citizenship provides visa-free access to 122 countries …

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While there is history of civilization dating back as far as 500 BCE, as countries go, Vanuatu is still relatively new. The area—formerly known as the New Hebrides—was ruled by separate British and French administrations in what is known as a condominium. In this case, a condominium refers to a political territory where multiple sovereign …

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From the Romans to the Ottomans and beyond, Turkey is one of the most historically, politically, and economically important nations in the world. From a political standpoint, Turkey has been an important player on the world stage and was a founding member of the United Nations as well as an early member of NATO, the …

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The United Arab Emirates recently announced a new 10-year visa option for international investors and highly skilled workers including those who specialize in medical, research, and technical fields as well as for all scientists and innovators. A 10-year visa option is also available for “exceptional students” in addition to a separate 5-year visa for other …

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Cancer care and treatment just became a lot more affordable in Grenada. The government of Grenada has signed a major agreement with the OECS Cancer Institute in Antigua ensuring affordable treatment is more readily available to Grenadian citizens. The move makes Grenada the second country to sign such an agreement (Dominica was the first). The …

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In 1139, the Kingdom of Portugal was officially declared, and the country remained a monarchy until 1910. Today, Portugal is considered a unitary semi-presidential constitutional republic. Portugal’s current constitution was adopted in 1976 following the Carnation Revolution and has remained largely unchanged—with the exception of a few amendments—ever since. However, one of the most significant …

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Nicknamed “the nature island of the Caribbean”, the tiny nation of Dominica offers mountains, waterfalls, hot springs, black and white sandy beaches and one of the most reputable citizenship by investment programs in the entire world. Originally inhabited by indigenous Kalinago, Dominica was later colonized by Europeans—namely the French—in the 1690s. Following the Seven Years’ …

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On July 4, 1776 the United States of America official declared their independence from Great Britain. And when the American Revolution ended in 1783, the United States became the first territory to successfully win a war of independence against a European power. The American constitution was first drafted in 1789 and been amended 27 times …

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Unlike many other countries around the world, the United Kingdom doesn’t have one specific constitutional document. Instead, a sum of laws and principles make up the body politic of the UK. There are four primary areas to draw from: statue law (laws passed by the legislature), common law (laws established through court judgements), works of …

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St. Lucia’s European settlement could be described as contentious—after the French signed a treaty with the native Carib Indians in 1660, they established a colony. The British, however, had other ideas in mind and St. Lucia became a much sought after territory. In total, both France and Britain each ruled St. Lucia no less than …

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