Real or Camouflage: Rhodesia introduced new digital passports to restore law and order while still helping those who fear identity theft or dangers abroad
At the same time, the new Rhodesian e-passports and e-identity cards have been in effect since July 15, 2021. At the same time all old genuine and also all the illegally acquired Rhodesian passports and identity cards lose their validity or their usefulness.
The right-wing conservative government under Prime Minister Mathilda Born wants to set an example for law and order - without, however, ending the Rhodesian tradition of offering identity protection to honest people with good intentions. At the same time, obtaining regular Rhodesian citizenship will also be made easier.
The Born government (www.government-of-rhodesia.org) set the target of doubling the number of people with a regular Rhodesian citizenship by 2030. On the one hand through a policy that promotes large families, where women see motherhood as their life's mission, but also through the naturalization of people who are dissatisfied with the progressive or socialist policies of their countries.
The Rhodesian government, whose people have lived in the diaspora since 1980, will implement its new family policy by reaching out directly to its own citizens as well as in discussions with the governments and NGOs of those countries where many Rhodesian emigrants live.
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The Government of the Republic of Rhodesia is the official exile administration of the Rhodesian nation (since 1980). Head of Government is Prime Minister Mathilda Born.
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