Puerto Rican constitutional referendum, 1991
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- The inalienable right to freely and democratically determine Puerto Rico's political status.
- The right to choose a dignified, non-colonial, non-territorial status not subordinate to plenary powers of Congress.
- The right to vote for three alternatives.
- The right that only results with a majority will be considered triumphant in a plebiscite.
- The right that any status would protect Puerto Rico's culture, language and identity, and continued independent participation in international sports events.
- The right that any status guarantees the individual's right to American citizenship.
The changes were rejected by 54.1% of voters, with a turnout of 60.7%.