O que Há por trás do Direito ao Voto dos Emigrantes Internacionais? Teoria, História e Cidadania Demandante

Chelius, Leticia Calderón
January 2011
Contexto Internacional;jan-jun2011, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p231
Academic Journal
This article discusses the historical and theoretical factors that explain the extension of political rights to citizens living abroad. It shows that, more then being simply a national debate, this process represents an important step for contemporary democracy in the world. As do other possibilities that globalization has opened, global, cosmopolitan, transnational or even double citizenship reveals the contradiction internal to the nation-state has as a historical notion.


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