What is statement?

What Does statement Mean

From the Latin declaratĭo , declaration is the action and effect of declaring or declaring oneself (manifesting, saying, making public). The statement, therefore, is an explanation of what other people ignore or doubt.

For example: "The mayor's statement surprised the journalists" , "When asked by the chroniclers, the singer gave the statement that everyone expected and confirmed that he will sing again next month" , "Roberto made an unhappy statement in the work and was sanctioned by his boss ” .
Within the economic and administrative sphere, we cannot ignore the existence of what is known in Spain as an income or tax declaration. Basically it becomes a document where each individual or company presents to the Treasury a list of all their economic activity during the corresponding year.

In the field of law , a declaration is the manifestation that is made under oath to communicate the situation of a fact that may constitute the basis for the determination of a crime . It is, in other words, the formal manifestation of an individual with legal effects and carried out in the manner and places established by law: "The judge announced that tomorrow he will take a statement from the accused of the crime" , "The statement of the accused complicated to the victim's brother " , " The injured woman believes that the accused was untrue in his statement . "
The declaration of independence is known as the proclamation made by a country to declare its sovereignty and autonomy. In this way, the State in question declares that it no longer accepts foreign dominance or interference. Beyond the declaration, what is important is the acceptance or rejection of said independent condition by the rest of the nations: "The declaration of independence of Kosovo was rejected by several European countries . "
Perhaps the most important or relevant declaration of this type in history was that of the United States, created on July 4, 1766. Thanks to it, a milestone was marked in contemporary world history, since two principles that would be included in other documents, in constitutions ... and that have become key to our current society. Specifically, we have to establish that those two fundamental rights were freedom and equality.
In addition to all the above, we would have to emphasize that this American declaration came to make clear the independence of the thirteen English colonies that existed in North America and that in this way gave rise to what is now the United States.
Thomas Jefferson is considered to have been the father of this important document that he produced together with four other illustrious figures who thus shaped what was called the Committee of Five. Thus this was formed by Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman and Rogert R. Livingston.

It should be noted that the first also later became the third president of the United States, specifically he was the front of the country between 1801 and 1809.
Finally, declaration can be the manifestation of an intention or of the spirit : "My husband made his declaration of love to me on a birthday and since then we have been together . "

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