La construcción jurisdiccional de los procesos de consulta de las comunidades indígenas y su aproximación al derecho a la información en México

This paper analyzes exogenous and endogenous factors that generates the protection of the prior and informed consultation in Mexican State as a collective right of indigenous people that allows the participation and dialogue in the decisions that could affect them like in their institutions, territo...

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Main Authors: Olivos Fuentes, Monserrat, Gómez Romo de Vivar, Guillermo Rafael
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2020
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7169117
Source:Revista Derecho del Estado, ISSN 0122-9893, Nº. 45, 2020 (Ejemplar dedicado a: Enero-Abril), pags. 155-185
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Summary: This paper analyzes exogenous and endogenous factors that generates the protection of the prior and informed consultation in Mexican State as a collective right of indigenous people that allows the participation and dialogue in the decisions that could affect them like in their institutions, territory, selfdetermination, autonomy, authorities, normative system, identity, language or culture Among extern factors the latinoamerican wave incorporates the recognition of the indigenous corpus iuris, that makes a significant change but insufficient to solve the problem because also needs guarantees to protect their right efectively. Within the intern factors, the recognition process incorporates jurisdictional precedents that allows the protection of the collective right in the absence and resistence of the assurance purposes that dignify indigenous people, the coexisting of legal systems and the protection of the freedom of information.