Arbor, Vol 188, No 755 (2012)

Emigración, ciudadanía externa y ciudadanía europea. Retos conceptuales y prácticos

Irina Ciornei

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2012.755n3007

Resumen


Este artículo presenta un análisis contextual de las teorías sobre la ciudadanía en el exterior, así como sus relaciones conceptuales y prácticos con la ciudadanía europea. Aunque la residencia en otro país puede ser un factor que cuestiona el derecho de participación y representación política de los no-residentes, consideramos que los emigrantes de primera generación son miembros legítimos del demos. En consecuencia, deberían tener derechos de participación y representación en su país de origen. Sin embargo, en el caso concreto de los ciudadanos europeos, los derechos políticos en el exterior constituyen un recurso no sólo en relación a los gobiernos de origen, sino también frente a las administraciones de los países de residencia.

Palabras clave


Inmigración; ciudadanía externa; derechos de voto en el exterior; representación política; ciudadanía europea

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