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A man carries a Puerto Rican flag during a protest against the referendum for Puerto Rico political status in San Juan, on June 11, 2017.
To become a true US state, to choose independence or to maintain the status quo: Puerto Ricans went to the polls to consider their political future in a non-binding referendum many have vowed to boycott. / AFP PHOTO / Ricardo ARDUENGO        (Photo credit should read RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP/Getty Images)
A man carries a Puerto Rican flag during a protest against the referendum for Puerto Rico political status in San Juan, on June 11, 2017.
To become a true US state, to choose independence or to maintain the status quo: Puerto Ricans went to the polls to consider their political future in a non-binding referendum many have vowed to boycott. / AFP PHOTO / Ricardo ARDUENGO        (Photo credit should read RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP/Getty Images)

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El 93% de los puertorriqueños que participaron en el referéndum votaron a favor de que la isla se convierta en el estado 51 de la Unión Americana. Para el gobernador Ricardo Rosselló se trata de una gran triunfo.

Puerto Rico lo tiene claro, quiere ser un estado, dice gobernador Rosselló

El 93% de los puertorriqueños que participaron en el referéndum votaron a favor de que la isla se convierta en el estado 51 de la Unión Americana. Para el gobernador Ricardo Rosselló se trata de una gran triunfo.