Puerto Ricans vote on US statehood

On June 11, Puerto Ricans head to the polls in a referendum to decide the future of the US territory.

    On June 11, Puerto Ricans head to the polls in a referendum to decide the future of the US territory.

     

    Voters will get to decide between statehood, independence or keeping the status quo as a commonwealth.

     

    But the country's massive debt could make either choice difficult.

     

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from San Juan.


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