Possible Results:
hubiera proclamado
-I had proclaimed
Past perfect subjunctiveyoconjugation ofproclamar.
hubiera proclamado
-he/she/you had proclaimed
Past perfect subjunctiveél/ella/ustedconjugation ofproclamar.


Si el Concilio hubiera proclamado dogmas, no nos lo podríamos permitir sin lugar a dudas.
If the Council had proclaimed dogmas, we certainly couldn't allow ourselves.
Su sincera convicción era que, si el resultado del diálogo hubiera sido negativo, la CDF lo hubiera proclamado públicamente e incluso quizá la hubiera condenado a ella formalmente.
Her sincere conviction was that if the outcome to the dialogue had been negative, the CDF would have proclaimed it publicly and perhaps even condemned her formally.
Además, si la guerrilla hubiera realizado el secuestro y, con toda probabilidad, el asesinato, lo más probable es que hubiera proclamado sus actos y denunciado a las víctimas por traición o engaño.
Besides, if the guerrillas had kidnaped and, in all likelihood, murdered Flaquer, they most likely would have trumpeted their deeds and denounced the victims for betrayal or duplicity.
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