LOS DERECHOS FUNDAMENTALES: LA CONSTITUCIÓN Y LOS TRATADOS EN EL ORDENAMIENTO JURÍDICO DE BOLIVIA

Human rights have had constitutional protection since the first Bolivian Constitution of 1826. Article 7º. of the current Constitution of 1994 enumerates the fundamental rights, although article 35 stipulates that the protection offered by the Constitution to those rights shall not be understood as... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Baldivieso Guzmán, René
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Talca 2003
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Laburpena: Human rights have had constitutional protection since the first Bolivian Constitution of 1826. Article 7º. of the current Constitution of 1994 enumerates the fundamental rights, although article 35 stipulates that the protection offered by the Constitution to those rights shall not be understood as a negation of others not mentioned, which emanate from the people's sovereignty and the republican form of government. Since the establishment of the Constitutional Court in Bolivia, the protection of human rights has strengthened, with the Court often invoking the American Convention on Human Rights, the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man, and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, as bases for its ruling, thus acknowledging the connection between internal Law and the International Law of Human Rights.