Entre la justicia indígena y la ordinaria: dilema aún por resolver

The Colombian Constitution of 1991 has fostered a change regarding the ethnic minorities. Within the new issues on this topic is paramount the acknowledgement of a set of both fundamental and cultural rights to the indigenous peoples; one of the most important among them is the right to a proper jur... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Burgos Guzmán, Filipo Ernesto
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Externado de Colombia 2008
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Laburpena: The Colombian Constitution of 1991 has fostered a change regarding the ethnic minorities. Within the new issues on this topic is paramount the acknowledgement of a set of both fundamental and cultural rights to the indigenous peoples; one of the most important among them is the right to a proper jurisdiction. Today, after seventeen years since the enactment of the Constitution, the sense and meaning of the right to a proper jurisdiction of the indigenous people have been explained and enlarged by the case-law of the Constitutional Court following both the 169 International Labour Organization covenant approved in 1989, and the case-law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Even tough, despite these important steps, the study of the case-law of the Superior Council of the Judiciary solving the conflicts of competence between the ordinary justice and the special indigenous justice, shows the evidence that the case-law of the said Council is not compatible with the terms of the new Constitution, indeed, some times it seems as being grounded under the terms of the old and mono-cultural Constitution enacted in 1886.