La propuesta de Estatuto de Autonomía de 1936 y la identidad jurídica de Cantabria

The current model of the State of Autonomous Communities has drawn a territorial map in which some of the Autonomous Communities included have had their historical foundation questioned on occasion. This article will address the case of Cantabria through the study of important precedents, which will...

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Main Author: Bermejo Castrillo, Manuel Ángel
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2018
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=6536542
Source:Historia constitucional: Revista Electrónica de Historia Constitucional, ISSN 1576-4729, Nº. 19, 2018, pags. 287-318
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Summary: The current model of the State of Autonomous Communities has drawn a territorial map in which some of the Autonomous Communities included have had their historical foundation questioned on occasion. This article will address the case of Cantabria through the study of important precedents, which will demonstrate that its constitution as an Autonomous Community in 1981 was not a mere political invention, but rather recovered the validity of an autonomist movement that had reached considerable development during a previous noteworthy experience with reorganizing the territorial structure of the State, such as the one carried out in the Second Republic under the Constitution of 1931.