Jerarquía de los tratados de derechos humanos: análisis jurisprudencial desde el método de casos

The Political Constitution of the Republic of Chile does not have a rule that establish which the hierarchy of treaties is in general and treaties about Human Rights in particular. For this reason, it should be determined the range by the interpretation of Article 5.2 of the Fundamental Charter. The... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Henríquez Viñas, Miriam Lorena
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Talca: Centro de Estudios Constitucionales (CECOCH) 2008
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Laburpena: The Political Constitution of the Republic of Chile does not have a rule that establish which the hierarchy of treaties is in general and treaties about Human Rights in particular. For this reason, it should be determined the range by the interpretation of Article 5.2 of the Fundamental Charter. The task of interpretation is a work for all the organs of State but especially for the courts of justice. The national jurisprudence has been incorporating to the internal legal ordering the rules and principles from the International Human Rights Law, recognizing in the last time hierarchy supralegal and even constitutional to the Human Rights Treaties.