La independencia de Venezuela y el inicio del constitucionalismo hispanoamericano en 1810-1811, como obra de civiles, y el desarrollo del militarismo a partir de 1812, en ausencia de régimen constitucional

The purpose of this article is ti highlight the importance of the process of Independent of Venezuela at the beginning of the Hispanic American Constitutionalism before the Constitution of Cádiz (1810-1811), as a civilian work (Roscio, Isnardi, Ustáriz, Sanz, Miranda, Bello), and the development of... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Brewer-Carías, Allan Randolph
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Oviedo: Area de Derecho Constitucional 2013
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Laburpena: The purpose of this article is ti highlight the importance of the process of Independent of Venezuela at the beginning of the Hispanic American Constitutionalism before the Constitution of Cádiz (1810-1811), as a civilian work (Roscio, Isnardi, Ustáriz, Sanz, Miranda, Bello), and the development of militarism as consequence of the liberation war and in absence of constitutional rule, as consequence of the imposition of the "conqueror law" by the Spanish invader (Domingo Monteverde) ignoring the 1812 Cádiz Constitution, as well as of the imposition of the "martial law" by the Liberator of the occupied territory (Simón Bolivar), living aside the 1811 federal Constitution.