The Constitutional State: Protection of rights and difficulties in its realization

The model of constitutional and democratic rule of law is converted into what is most advanced in matters of protection of fundamental rights for the benefit of the citizens, posterior to the model of the social rule of law, which pretended to guarantee fundamental social rights and other types of r...

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Autor Principal: Llano Franco, Jairo Vladimir
Formato: http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_6501
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2012
Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10901/12353
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Sumario:The model of constitutional and democratic rule of law is converted into what is most advanced in matters of protection of fundamental rights for the benefit of the citizens, posterior to the model of the social rule of law, which pretended to guarantee fundamental social rights and other types of rights, [and] which hoped to gain a better quality of life for citizens in the various socioeconomic spheres, enabling the strengthening of the principles of liberty, autonomy, and material equality. These distinct state models operated in a relevant manner in the (central) states of the global North, and with precarity in the states of the South or in peripheral states. This investigation will show the characteristics of the constitutional state and the impossibility of carrying it out fully in the Latin American context in general and in the Colombian context in particular.