Fuga del Poder de Soberanía del Pueblo.

In previous papers on the subject: Submission of the Military Forces to the people and the State, as well as The defense of the constitutional order and the submission of the Armed Forces to the people, it was established, with great approximation, that the military submission was not fully defned i...

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Autores Principales: Vásquez-Hincapié, Daniel José, Téllez-Navarro, Román Francisco, González-Serrano, Andrés
Formato: Derecho constitucional
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre Sede Cartagena 2019
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Sumario:In previous papers on the subject: Submission of the Military Forces to the people and the State, as well as The defense of the constitutional order and the submission of the Armed Forces to the people, it was established, with great approximation, that the military submission was not fully defned in the President of the Republic as his Supreme Commander, and who serves as the highest administrative authority and representative of the unity of the nation. In addition, it was stated that the people did not possess the real capacity to demand the submission of the Military Forces through the actions granted by the Political Constitution (hereinafter CN),even though this is its creator and, therefore, its principal. In this article are raised aspects related to the flight of the power of the sovereignty of the people towards their leaders, for this purpose, the logical historical method was used. Throughout the course of events that takes place, it is perceived how the people ceded their power at the head of their representatives, who, in possession of it, gradually used it for their personal beneft or that of their parties and movements, to the detriment of the people.On the other hand, it describes how the Military Forces remain, with an immovable attitude, in a situation of submission on the part of the leaders and not of their constituents and increasingly away from the latter