One of the main issues in Puerto Rico today is the problem of status. Currently, Puerto Rico is a Commonwealth, or an organized incorporated territory. Under Commonwealth, it has control of its internal affairs, has its own constitution, flag, anthem, and elected governor. According to Senator of Puerto Rico Charles Rodriguez, “the reality is that this status, supported strongly by powerful American corporations who benefit from it financially, is that its simply another form of
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