Citizen is a person who is entitled to enjoy the legal rights and privileges granted by a state to its people. Originally a status possessed by an individual in ancient Roman society and distinguishing them as free individuals, with full legal rights, from those, like slaves, who were in servitude and lacked civil rights.
On the worlds political stage we have witnessed protestors who are called Global Citizens. There are 'global citizens' who live at different parts of the world during a year. There are people with dual passports who could be called 'global citizens.'
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