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Los mandatos constitucionales sobre el derecho a la salud: implicaciones de equidad y eficiencia

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  • Ramon Abel Castaño


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    El reconocimiento de los derechos sociales, económicos y culturales (DESC), es el segundo hito en materia de derechos humanos en el contexto internacional, después de la proclamación de los derechos civiles y políticos. Esta secuencia en el reconocimiento de los derechos humanos, ha llevado a clasificar los civiles y políticos como derechos de primera generación, y los DESC como de segunda generación. El reconocimiento de los DESC se materializa en su inclusión en los textos constitucionales de un buen número de países, o de su reconocimiento implícito aún sin estar incluido como un mandato constitucional.

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    Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD DEL ROSARIO in its series DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO with number 003173.

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    Length: 45
    Date of creation: 01 Jul 2006
    Handle: RePEc:col:000092:003173
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