International law
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A (a person) is a citizen of country X. In 1982, A resided in country Y, and obtained its citizenship by law (but A hasn't submitted for expatriation permit of country X, and due to its law provides, if a citizen doesn't apply legal procedures for expatriation permit, he/she still remains that nationality)
In 2000, A came back country X, and carried out some activites to call upon hundreds of people with the purpose of overthrowing X government. A was arrested by X authority. Country Y then afforded diplomatic protection to A.
- According to Hague convention on conflict of nationality law 1930, did country Y have right to afford diplomatic protection to A?
- Could country X deny that protection request of country Y?

According to article 4, Hague convention on conflict of nationality law, I assume that country Y may afford diplomatic protection to A. But I don't know how to answer question 2. I'm little confused about it. Can you explain more for me?