Government of Puerto Rico

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Politics and government of
Puerto Rico

The Government of Puerto Rico is a republican form of government[1] subject to U.S. jurisdiction and sovereignty.[2] Its current powers are all delegated by the United States Congress and lack full protection under the United States Constitution. Puerto Rico's head of state is the President of the United States.

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