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La función consultiva de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos

  • Jorge Ernesto Roa Roa
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    La función consultiva de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos es un estudio de las veinte opiniones consultivas emitidas por la Corte Interamericana hasta el 2010 que no tiene parangón en la literatura jurídica del sistema interamericano. El texto está construido sobre tres ejes: la caracterización normativa de la función consultiva; la descripción de la práctica consultiva de la Corte; y las implicaciones del divorcio entre la norma y la práctica consultiva, caracterizado en lo que el autor llama las "fisuras de la función consultiva": la extensión de la competencia y la indeterminación de sus efectos. Jorge Ernesto Roa demuestra cómo la práctica de la Corte Interamericana, concretada en estas dos fisuras, ha conducido tanto al deterioro de la seguridad jurídica internacional como a la pérdida relativa de la autoridad de la Corte, y señala, con razón, la urgencia de un cambio de rumbo en la materia.

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    This book is provided by Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Derecho in its series Books with number 550 and published in 2011.
    Volume: 1
    Edition: 1
    ISBN: 978-958-710-700-5
    Handle: RePEc:ext:derech:550
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