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(in Britain formerly) a person having by statute the right of abode in the United Kingdom, and so not subject to immigration control
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Pelo texto de 1951, o termo "refugiado" se aplica, em resumo, a toda pessoa que devido a fundado temor de perseguicao por motivo de raca, religiao, nacionalidade, pertencer a determinado grupo social ou opinioes politicas se encontre fora do seu pais e nao possa ou, por conta daquele receio, nao queira pedir a protecao do Estado patrial. A definicao prescreve uma serie de requisitos e causas que permitem estabelecer criterios para o reconhecimento em dado individuo da condicao de refugiado.
"Therefore we see a defence of the Union as absolutely crucial to this debate." It adds: "Should a referendum be felt appropriate, we would ask that Welsh men and women not resident in Wales, but who can demonstrate a patrial connection to the principality, be permitted to vote.
(47) Speaking in Argentina, Chavez started by declaring "Viva la Patrial Viva la P atria Grande" Later reinforcing its importance, he stated: "[t]o have a Patria, in order to achieve our dreams, to make Utopia possible, in order to achieve the salvation of our peoples.