Democrazia e partecipazione in America Latina: il contributo del Defensor del pueblo al rispetto dei diritti dei popoli indigeni

Sabrina Lanni

Abstract


The Latin-American constitutional reforms, concerning the recognition of indigenous people’s rights, promote a multicultural state and a participatory concept of democracy, it makes the European constitutional law hallmarks. historically dated. By analyzing those reforms, the need to move from the ‘acknowledgment’ level to the ‘guarantee’ one has been recognized: the Defensor del pueblo, being a strong figure of Latin-American legal tradition, shines out new light in terms of the indigenous peoples rights respect. 


Keywords


democracy; indigenous people; Defensor del pueblo

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2036-0967/4757

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