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Many constitutions can be very difficult to point out where the protections,if any, are. The constitutions of the world are designed to establish some form ofgovernment or governing practice or procedure that is usually in line with theirsocietal values. I know this may seem odd as the country I have chosen is PuertoRico and it is under the supervision and protection of the United States, but it isits own independent nation, with its own elected legislature and establishedgovernment.In Puerto Rico, their Constitution’s organization is different, but similar toours in many respects. Article I outlines the commonwealth as a whole. In thisarticle, it establishes that Puerto Rico is its own established, legitimate nationwith its own established government capable of governing its territories. This isvery much unlike the U.S. Constitution in Article I where it establishes theLegislature.Article II is where the real beef of the document comes into play. This is

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Summer
Professor
Dr.Wilson
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Supreme Court of the United States, Washington D C

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