Regresividad, derechos constitucionales y Estado social

Spanish government has approved several measures that mean lack of social rights due to the economic and financial crisis. That crisis was born since early 2008 as a consequence of former government negligence in its duties of financial and bank system control. Both cases are targeted as liability e... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Soto Lostal, Salvador
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Pablo de Olavide, de Sevilla: Centro Euro-Árabe de Estudios Jurídicos Avanzados 2013
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Laburpena: Spanish government has approved several measures that mean lack of social rights due to the economic and financial crisis. That crisis was born since early 2008 as a consequence of former government negligence in its duties of financial and bank system control. Both cases are targeted as liability examples by action and omission considering the attempt against social rights recognized in Spanish Constitution, especially concerned to public health system, public education, civil service, old age public pensions, a tax fare distribution based on a progressiveness, housing access, and a wide range of services that have been considered as noncritical due to the budget cuts and the austerity exigencies coming from EU, concerning, at the same time, the families stability and the rights of citizens as services consumers and even its civil and political rights. That situation lays out the embarrassing question about the possible judicial control not only focused on the Administration but the Government and its members as well in terms of real and not only formal justice. In sum, debt payment cannot justify any measure, and much less, the civil, political and social rights violation.