By Jaime Lluch
This assortment argues that even if constitutionalism has regularly been the first mechanism for facilitating the mutual lodging of sub-state and country nationwide societies in plurinational states.
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They also have very small minority (black and Latino) populations and relatively few white ethnics. If PR were to become a state, it would be the first Latin American homogeneous state, and with a distinct sense of collective self-identity as a nation. This chapter has provided an answer to the question of whether the USA could accommodate such a state. ”52 The Bill died in Committee in 1991. ”54 Thus, the representatives of the people of the USA in Congress – in their pronouncements from 1989–90 and from 1997–98 regarding the political status options of PR – have been doubtful about whether the USA can accommodate PR as a state, in a non-subordinate relationship with the federal government.
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S. ”33 Moreover, in the USA, “decisions about state borders, or about when to admit territories or states, have been explicitly made with the aim of ensuring that there will be an anglophone majority. ”34 Ultimately, Paul Gewirtz’s analysis of the substantive principles of federalism concluded that the State of PR could have Spanish as co-official language. 35 However, other distinguished scholars have offered a less optimistic view of the historical record. Trías Monge wrote that when Louisiana was admitted as the 18th state in 1812, the enabling act required that judicial and legislative proceedings be conducted in English.
Constitutionalism and the Politics of Accommodation in Multinational Democracies by Jaime Lluch