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Citizenship

Relieving Ruling

Tuesday, September 11, 2001

Singer Nia Daniaty’s child from the marriage to a Bruneian man was a stateless person for years. The child was not recognized by Indonesia, nor was she accepted by Brunei.

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Pop singer Nia Daniaty who has won fame with her sad song Gelas-Gelas Kaca (Glasses) has good reason to feel utterly relieved these days. She has just won a court ruling declaring her daughter Olivia Nathania from a now dissolved marriage to a Bruneian man an Indonesia citizen and appointing her the sole custodian of the nine-year-old child.

Neither recognized by Indonesia, nor accepted by Brunei as a citizen, Olivia has had to endure the fate o

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