Article 2, On Territorial Entities

The State is territorially organized into autonomous regions, autonomous boroughs, native territorial autonomies, and special territories.

Autonomous territorial entities are legal entities and have their own net worth and the powers and competencies necessary to rule themselves in pursue of the general interest of the Republic, pursuant to the Constitution and the law, and observing human rights and the rights of Nature as their limits.

The creation, amendment, delimitation, and suppression of the territorial entities shall take into consideration objective criteria on the grounds of historical, geographical, social, cultural, eco-systemic, and economic background, guaranteeing popular, democratic, and binding participation for their inhabitants, pursuant to the Constitution and the law.