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It means any law that was in existence at the time and any laws going forward which change the law. I trust this assists
It has not circumvented the article, the article says "except as allowed by law" meaning except as provided for in the law that is a specific exception in the constitution allowing for the law to be changed to allow citizenship in different ways. I trust this assists
Yes it is lawful because as I said, the provision "except as allowed by law" applies not just to laws in existence at the time the provision was drafted and enacted but also to any future laws. The new law if passed is the law and therefore that new citizenship would be as allowed by law. I trust this assists
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