La tutela de los derechos fundamentales a través del incidente de nulidad de actuaciones

The Organic Act 6/2007 has sought to compensate for the restriction of access to the amparo before the Constitutional Court by extending the motion for dismissal of judicial proceedings (regulated in the Organic Act for the Judiciary and in the Civil Procedure Act) to cover the protection of all fun...

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Main Author: Carrasco Durán, Manuel
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales 2012
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Online Access:http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=4002058
Source:Revista española de derecho constitucional, ISSN 0211-5743, Año nº 32, Nº 95, 2012, pags. 65-93
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Summary: The Organic Act 6/2007 has sought to compensate for the restriction of access to the amparo before the Constitutional Court by extending the motion for dismissal of judicial proceedings (regulated in the Organic Act for the Judiciary and in the Civil Procedure Act) to cover the protection of all fundamental rights mentioned in article 53.2 of the Constitution. It has thus sought to strengthen the role of courts both as guarantors of fundamental rights and as filters to access the amparo. This new legislation will become ineffective, however, if some other aspects of the motion are not modified. In particular, it would be necessary to rethink the limitation of the motion to judicial proceedings that cannot be appealed in any other way and the attribution of jurisdiction to rule the motion to the same court that previously issued the decisions appealed.