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Interlegality at a Teniente Político’s Office: A Legal Anthropological Perspective

Authors: M. Simon Thomas

Abstract: This socio-legal article will show that the daily practice of legal pluralism in Ecuador should not be seen as a dichotomy between two different legal systems, but rather as what de Sousa Santos calls a situation of “interlegality”. As such, this a...

Subordinación cultural, interpretación constitucional y justicia indígena: Casos “La Cocha”

Authors: L.F. Ávila Linzán

Abstract: This paper analyzes the judgment of the Constitutional Court of Ecuador in the cases La Cocha, by which the Court decided to exclude from the jurisdiction of the indigenous justice systems crimes against life, although the 2008 Constitution of Ecua...

La brecha entre el compromiso y el cumplimiento con los derechos de los pueblos indígenas. Reflexiones sobre los avances y retrocesos en materia de justicia indígena en Ecuador

Authors: L. Viaene, G. Fernández-maldonado

Abstract: Whereas the previous decades were marked by the creation of new international norms of human rights for indigenous people, the big question that currently dominates the ongoing debate is how the implementation gap can be bridged. This paper analyze...

El “derecho transconstitucional de la diversidad”: La “especialidad indígena” en el desarrollo interamericano del derecho de propiedad

Authors: A.M. Russo

Abstract: In a context characterized by a “multidimensional transconstitutionalism of human rights”, the topic of “diversity”, its recognition and realization, acquires a relevant interest. Legal orders, in different manners, are increasingly intertwined in ...

El paradigma constitucional de la inclusión de la diversidad cultural: Notas para una comparación entre los modelos de protección de las minorías nacionales en Europa y de los pueblos indígenas en Latinoamérica

Authors: R. Toniatti

Abstract: The nation-state has provided for the model of organization of societies and public power both in Europe and in Latin America and consequently in both regions the emphasis in the earlier stage of state-and-nation-building has been on unity and unif...

La interamericanización a la luz del pluralismo dialógico: Un aporte al ius constitutionale commune

Authors: M. Morales Antoniazzi

Abstract: This analysis focuses on the question of how to understand the impact of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the configuration and guarantee of the open State. This process produces a progressive inter-Americanization of national orders and...

El constitucionalismo y los ordenamientos jurídicos nacionales vs. la desconstitucionalización y el nivel supranacional. Un análisis del control de convencionalidad en el marco del control de constitucionalidad

Authors: V.E. Ibañez Rosaz

Abstract: In a comprehensive analysis of the development of the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice of Mendoza, Argentina, we may find two different antagonistic positions that reach the point of interpretation of the “Convención Americana de Derec...

Diálogo o monólogo: La Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos y el control de convencionalidad. El caso Argentino

Authors: C. Pizzolo

Abstract: The contemporary legal scenario is characterized by its fragmentation. The creation of autonomous and independent legal orders beyond the national system has meant the loss of interpretive unity. It also meant the realization of an interpretive plu...

La relación de la Corte IDH con los tribunales constitucionales y cortes supremas: Actualidad Latinoamericana

Authors: A. Mensa González

Abstract: The relationship of national courts with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights is very important because it creates a link between the national legal systems and the external system. In order to analyze this phenomenon we study the “conventional...

Integración regional y tutela de los derechos humanos: ¿“Fragmentos” de un constitucionalismo transnacional Iberoamericano?

Authors: G. D’ignazio

Abstract: The relationship between law and globalization is a phenomenon that some scholars of constitutional law are gradually identifying as the ‘new frontier’ of their research. This paper analyses the Ibero-American region since it represents one of the ...