Aproximación desde Michel Foucault a la transformación contemporánea del delito político en Colombia: de un mecanismo de normalización a un mecanismo de rechazo

This article examines the notion of political crime in the context of Colombia's current legal and political context. The author uses as a starting point the current perception of political crime in Colombia, as the understanding and application of this kind of crime were transformed. This paper sho... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Restrepo Orrego, Lucas Andrés
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Cali 2011
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Laburpena: This article examines the notion of political crime in the context of Colombia's current legal and political context. The author uses as a starting point the current perception of political crime in Colombia, as the understanding and application of this kind of crime were transformed. This paper shows how this transformation has promoted new modes of subjection of rebellion through the punitive power. The proposed modes of subjection have had something in common: they attempt to approach rebelliousness from the liberal-procedural perspective, which is founded on vindicating the discourse of sovereignty as the only legitimizing instance of any form of punishment and political control. To justify the article'es hypothesis, the author presents a vision of the problem of punitive subjection of rebelliousness based on Michel Foucault'es critique of the "model of sovereignty". The paper then shows how a certain legal-criminal discourse positioned political crimes as a mechanism of non-punitive normalization. Finally, the author analyzes a ruling of the Colombian Constitutional Court, opinion C-456 of 1997, with the purpose of showing the way in which a new strategic position of political crime was consolidated.