TITLE

LAS MÚLTIPLES ARISTAS DEL «DERECHO A DECIDIR» FRENTE A LA APUESTA POR UNA CIUDADANÍA DE IDENTIDADES CONCÉNTRICAS

AUTHOR(S)
SANZ-ARCEGA, EDUARDO
PUB. DATE
January 2015
SOURCE
Revista de Derecho UNED;2015, Issue 16, p625
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
By invoking the ⪡right to decide⪢, politically it is argued the existence of a right to secede that, in fact, requires the previous acceptance of a factual conception of sovereignty. That reasoning raises more questions than answers, both for the hypothetically new state, and for the primal one. Instead of a discussion on the ⪡right to decide⪢, we argue for a debate on the concept of citizenship.
ACCESSION #
109147378

 

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