El derecho a un sistema jurídico propio y autónomo en los pueblos indígenas de América Latina

The indigenous peoples of Latin America claim their own autonomous law other than that of the state, but not in conflict with it. The justification for this aspiration is based on the uniqueness of this distinct collective and customary law, which is rather different from state law and the perceptio... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Soriano González, María Luisa
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Carlos III: Instituto de Derechos Humanos Bartolomé de las Casas 2012
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law
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Laburpena: The indigenous peoples of Latin America claim their own autonomous law other than that of the state, but not in conflict with it. The justification for this aspiration is based on the uniqueness of this distinct collective and customary law, which is rather different from state law and the perception of it as the only binding law. Both procedural law and indigenous criminal law show a sense of community in their historical development, passed down from generation to generation, highlighting the importance of mediation in its application.