Talk:Puerto Rican general election, 2004

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Country isn't the right word[edit]

Currently, this sentence reads "Similarly, prisoners mentally capable, exercised their vote days earlier, being Puerto Rico the only country of the world where those condemned are allowed to vote." Country is definately the wrong word, Puerto Rico isn't a country [it is subject to US laws], but it isn't a US State either. I'm not sure how to revise this because PR instead has a unique status, since neither "Commonwealth" [it's not that independent] nor "Territory" [it's more self-goveroring than that] seem to apply either. Joncnunn 19:03, 4 May 2006 (UTC)

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