Puerto Rico has a republican form of government with separation of powers modeled on the US Constitutional, with an elected bicameral legislature, an independent judiciary and an elected executive. As an unincorporated territory of the United States organized as a Commonwealth, the powers of its government are delegated by the Congress of the US and are not under the full protection of the US Constitution.
The government of Puerto Rico is a republican form of government with separation of powers, subject to the jurisdiction and sovereignty of the United States.
The Government of Puerto Rico have two official names. The first one: Government of Puerto Rico; and the second one: Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. In Spanish: 'Gobierno de Puerto Rico' or 'Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico'.
The united states government, but their is a goveanor in puerto rico that is in charge of everything that happens in puerto rico.
Puerto Rico has a republican form of government, similar to that of the United States of which it is a part.
Puerto Rico Government Development Bank was created in 1942.
No. Puerto Rico has a government similar to the US with an elected governor, and an elected bicameral legislature.
Puerto Rican government is a republic.
Practically the Federal Government and the taxpayers that live in Puerto Rico.
No. Puerto Rico does not.
The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or, in Spanish El Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico, is the official name of the government of the unincorporated US territory on the island of Puerto Rico.
In puerto rico it rains super hard but it is beautiful and fun to run in!
It is an Island.
you tell me
it is kind of hot
Puerto Rico does not have a prime minister. The governor is the head of the government in Puerto Rico. Alejandro GarcÃ­a Padilla is the current governor.
What are the traditions of puerto rico?
Puerto Rico is a country , not a state , even though is a U.S. territory , a country is supposed to have a government and its own language , Puerto Rico has that. Puerto Rico wouldn't be a country if it didn't have its own government and language.
Puerto Rico is a part of the United States of America because it is a Commonwelath of the United States of America. But, Puerto Rico as a Commonwealth has its own government, Meaning that Puerto Rico selfs governs itself. Puerto Rico also speaks Spanish, not English, and Puerto Rico is a part of Latin America. So, even though Puerto Rico is a part of USA it has its own laws, culture, language, government, etc. That is why Puerto Rico is considered a country to most of the world.
Puerto Rico does not have a dictator. Puerto Rico is a commonwealth (but not a state) of the United States. I believe it has a governor, but that is about it.