Reflexiones jurídicas sobre el reconocimiento constitucional y penal del derecho indígena

In Latin American countries, the idea of legal pluralism and the beginning of processes aimed at the search for normative decolonization have shown a slow evolution. Much of this slow development has been due to the monopolization of the administration of justice by the State, given that state inter...

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Main Author: Santacruz Cruz, Hugo
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Source:FORO: Revista de Derecho, ISSN 2631-2484, Nº. 34, 2020 (Ejemplar dedicado a: Pluralismo jurídico y derechos de la naturaleza), pags. 103-122
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FORO: Revista de Derecho, ISSN 2631-2484, Nº. 34, 2020 (Ejemplar dedicado a: Pluralismo jurídico y derechos de la naturaleza), pags. 103-122
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indigenous peoples
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derechos indígenas
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indigenous peoples
legal pluralism
rule of law
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indigenous rights
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Estado de derecho
derecho y sociedad
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Reflexiones jurídicas sobre el reconocimiento constitucional y penal del derecho indígena
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In Latin American countries, the idea of legal pluralism and the beginning of processes aimed at the search for normative decolonization have shown a slow evolution. Much of this slow development has been due to the monopolization of the administration of justice by the State, given that state intervention has resulted in the criminalization of the forms of social control of indigenous peoples that were once allowed. However, in recent times the constitutional recognition of indigenous justice has allowed indigenous peoples to recreate and apply their own forms of social control regarding behaviors that the community considers unapproved. State interference is reluctant to give up its interventionism and for that purpose it uses infra-constitutional legislation that has not presented the same constitutional development, since in these persistence the inferiority lags were believed to have been overcome. In this sense, this article intends to present, on the one hand, a descriptive vision of the rights recognized by the constitutions of the countries that make up the Community of Andean Nations and on the other, the lack of harmony that exists with respect to current legislation, not only limiting but criminalizing the administration of indigenous justice.
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Reflexiones jurídicas sobre el reconocimiento constitucional y penal del derecho indígena
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dialnet-ar-18-ART00014289002021-01-20Reflexiones jurídicas sobre el reconocimiento constitucional y penal del derecho indígenaSantacruz Cruz, Hugoindigenous peopleslegal pluralismrule of lawlaw and societyindigenous rightslegal systemspueblos indígenaspluralismo jurídicoEstado de derechoderecho y sociedadderechos indígenassistemas jurídicosIn Latin American countries, the idea of legal pluralism and the beginning of processes aimed at the search for normative decolonization have shown a slow evolution. Much of this slow development has been due to the monopolization of the administration of justice by the State, given that state intervention has resulted in the criminalization of the forms of social control of indigenous peoples that were once allowed. However, in recent times the constitutional recognition of indigenous justice has allowed indigenous peoples to recreate and apply their own forms of social control regarding behaviors that the community considers unapproved. State interference is reluctant to give up its interventionism and for that purpose it uses infra-constitutional legislation that has not presented the same constitutional development, since in these persistence the inferiority lags were believed to have been overcome. In this sense, this article intends to present, on the one hand, a descriptive vision of the rights recognized by the constitutions of the countries that make up the Community of Andean Nations and on the other, the lack of harmony that exists with respect to current legislation, not only limiting but criminalizing the administration of indigenous justice.En los países latinoamericanos, la idea de pluralismo jurídico y el inicio de procesos encaminados a la búsqueda de la descolonización normativa presentan una lenta evolución. Gran parte de este lento desarrollo ha sido debido a la monopolización de la administración de justicia por parte del Estado, dado que el intervencionismo estatal ha desembocado en la penalización de las formas de control social de los pueblos indígenas que otrora eran permitidas. No obstante, en los últimos tiempos, el reconocimiento constitucional de la justicia indígena ha permitido que los pueblos indígenas puedan recrear y aplicar sus propias formas de control social respecto de conductas que la comunidad considera desaprobadas. Sin embargo, la injerencia estatal se resiste a dejar su intervencionismo y para ello utiliza legislación infraconstitucional que no ha presentado el mismo desarrollo de la Constitución, ya que en ella persisten rezagos de inferioridad que se creían superados. En este sentido, el presente artículo pretende plantear, por un lado, una visión descriptiva de los derechos que reconocen las constituciones de los países que integran la Comunidad Andina de Naciones y, por otro, la falta de sintonía que existe respecto de la legislación penal que a la fecha sigue, no solamentelimitando sino criminalizando a la administración de la justicia indígena.2020text (article)application/pdfhttps://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7712571(Revista) ISSN 1390-2466(Revista) ISSN 2631-2484FORO: Revista de Derecho, ISSN 2631-2484, Nº. 34, 2020 (Ejemplar dedicado a: Pluralismo jurídico y derechos de la naturaleza), pags. 103-122spaLICENCIA DE USO: Los documentos a texto completo incluidos en Dialnet son de acceso libre y propiedad de sus autores y/o editores. Por tanto, cualquier acto de reproducción, distribución, comunicación pública y/o transformación total o parcial requiere el consentimiento expreso y escrito de aquéllos. Cualquier enlace al texto completo de estos documentos deberá hacerse a través de la URL oficial de éstos en Dialnet. Más información: https://dialnet.unirioja.es/info/derechosOAI | INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS STATEMENT: Full text documents hosted by Dialnet are protected by copyright and/or related rights. This digital object is accessible without charge, but its use is subject to the licensing conditions set by its authors or editors. Unless expressly stated otherwise in the licensing conditions, you are free to linking, browsing, printing and making a copy for your own personal purposes. All other acts of reproduction and communication to the public are subject to the licensing conditions expressed by editors and authors and require consent from them. Any link to this document should be made using its official URL in Dialnet. More info: https://dialnet.unirioja.es/info/derechosOAI