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Title: The use of international treaty law of human of rights in the jurisprudence of the constitutional court of Chile in the period 2006-2010
Other Titles: El uso del dere cho convencional internacional de los derechos humanos en la jurisprudencia del tribunal constitucional chileno en el periodo 2006-2010*
Authors: Alcala, H.N.
Keywords: Chilean Constitutional Court
Human rights
block of constitutionality
parameter control of constitutionality
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: ONTIFICA UNIV CATOLICA DE CHILE FACULTAD DE DERECHO
Citation: REVISTA CHILENA DE DERECHO Volume: 39 Issue: 1 Pages: 149-187
Abstract: The study analyses how the Constitutional Court in the last five years has taken on the international law of human rights in the context of constitutionalism facing rights as a single international source, since the assertion of these as derivations of human dignity and constitutional source. The analysis standpoint is located in the consideration of whether human rights secured by international conventional route form or not part of a block of constitutionality and if they are used as canon or control of constitutionality for under constitutional norms, everything according to the jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court in the analyzed period.
Description: Alcala, HN (reprint author), Univ Talca, Ctr Estudios Constituc, Fac Derecho, Talca, Chile.
URI: http://dspace.utalca.cl/handle/1950/8980
ISSN: 0716-0747
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