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Kingdom of Spain

AuthorsMoreno, Luis ; Colino, César
KeywordsSpain
federalism
Issue Date2010
CitationPublicado en Moreno, Luis y Colino, César (eds.), Diversity and Unity in Federal Systems (Vol. VII, ‘A Global Dialogue on Federalism’), pp. 288-319. Montreal & Kingston/Londres/Ithaca, NY: McGill-Queen’s University Press
AbstractThe so-called “Autonomic State” (Estado Autonómico or Estado de las Autonomías) is a state made up of Comunidades Autónomas or Autonomous Communities (ACs). This autonomic state was envisaged in Spain’s 1978 democratic Constitution, following a general cross-party political and social consensus reached after the demise of General Francisco Franco’s dictatorship. As a consequence, it has implied the creation and accommodation of 17 regions and nationalities by way of an extensive decentralization of powers and responsibilities and constitutional recognition of regional self-rule and cultural diversity. The existence of different languages, political traditions, distinct civil-law traditions, peculiar ways of financing governments in some ACs, and insular conditions of others was recognized in the 1978 Constitution.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/177271
ISBN978-0-7735-3732-3
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