Posts Tagged ‘Abuso del Derecho’
The ease with which we are able scan voices and data generates abuses that affect other equally valid objectives: intimacy, freedom of expression, integrity and life.Read More
And Who Gave the Order?
Some abuses may be the work of derailed agents. But other abuses can only be explained if these agents were acting on orders of someone more powerful.Read More
Inspector General Ordóñez has managed to achieve his ultimate objective: he has discredited the Constitution of 1991 and created a suitable environment for a constitutional reform.Read More
The Inspector General´s Ecological Bullying
Piedras, Tolima. In this remote rice region of the country, it is clear that the Inspector General’s crusade against the rights of the citizens is more ambitious and ubiquitous than what it appears from Bogotá.Read More
A Court Scandal?
Is it, as several analysts have pointed out, an abuse, an excessive formalism or cowardice that the Constitutional Court decided to strike down the reform that broadens military jurisdiction because of a procedural problem?Read More
Prison for Protesting?
It had been a long time since such an objectionable, anti-democratic and unconstitutional piece of legislation, like the one presented by the Minister of Defense, meant to punish with jail time those who go out in to the streets to protest, was presented in Congress.Read More
Hard Strike Against Sophisticated Strategies
The devious interpretation of the lawyers from Brigard y Urrutia of Law 160 of 1994, which allowed the accumulation of previously vacant lots by companies like Riopaila, has provoked different reactions. One of those was support from Senator Armando Benedetti, who said that, while the transaction was morally reprehensible, there was no doubt that it was legal.Read More