Source: Al Jazeera
The law, which ends a 1973 ban on dual nationality, is partly due to extensive campaigning by Liberians in the diaspora.
By Dounard Bondo
Liberia’s president has signed into law a bill that amends the country’s alien and nationality law.
The new law, signed last Friday, permits dual citizenship by allowing Liberians to hold on to their citizenship after acquiring a second nationality. Also significant is that it allows individuals to claim Liberian citizenship through their mothers.