Inter-American Judicial Constitutionalism: On the Constitutional Rank of Human Rights Treaties in Latin America through National and Inter-American Adjudication

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Manuel Eduardo Gongora-Mera, 2011 - 302 Seiten
 

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INTRODUCTION
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TOPDOWN INTERAMERICAN JUDICIAL CONSTITUTIONALISM
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INTERAMERICAN JUDICIAL CONSTITUTIONALISM FROM BELOW
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Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
75
The Block of Constitutionality and the Transitory Regime
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CONCLUDING REMARKS
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B CONVERGENCE OF INTERPRETATIONS
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THE RISE OF INTERAMERICAN CONSTITUTIONALISM
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Common Constitutional Clauses Invoked for Constitutionalizing Human Rights Treaties
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Techniques of Constitutional Interpretation for Constitutionalizing Human Rights
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El Salvador as Case Study on the Role of Citizens in Judicial Constitutionalization
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Constitutionalization of Human Rights Treaties as an Oscillating and Reversible
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THE CASES OF BOLIVIA
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CONCLUDING REMARKS
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ANNEX
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Über den Autor (2011)

Manuel Góngora is a post-doctoral researcher at the Lateinamerika-Institut (Freie Universität Berlin). He is a lawyer and holds the degrees of Magister in Economic Law (Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá), Magister in International Economic and Development Policy (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg), and doctor iuris summa cum laude (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin).


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