THE SPANISH CONSTITUTION AT 40: CHANGES ARE NEEDED TO UNITE A DIVIDED SPAIN | VIEW

While many would agree that the Spanish Constitution has served its purpose in keeping a fragile democracy in tact, many more Spaniards would agree that the time has come to make changes to the 40-year-old document. Agreement on what these changes should be is a different matter altogether.

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