La sumisión del poder público al derecho en el civil law y en el common law: estado de derecho, rule of law y su expansión al ámbito internacional

Generally regarded as synonyms, the Rule of Law and the Rechsstaat are different. There are between the two legal institutions substantial differences that we must distinguish rigorously. The idea of the public power submission to the law � ex- pressed through both theoretical constructions � has go... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Villegas Delgado, César A.
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas 2013
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Laburpena: Generally regarded as synonyms, the Rule of Law and the Rechsstaat are different. There are between the two legal institutions substantial differences that we must distinguish rigorously. The idea of the public power submission to the law � ex- pressed through both theoretical constructions � has gone beyond the State borders and, progressively, made its way into international scenario. For some authors, the root for the application of the principle of the Rule of Law to interstate relationships, within inter- national society, could date back to the XVIII century. However, it was until a few years ago that the Rule of Law analysis, from a strictly international point of view, started to take off. In this article the author ana- lyzes the differences between the Rechsstaat and the Rule of Law in order to study the extension of these conceptions and how it could be applied to highlight the preeminence of law at international level