Posts Tagged ‘Constitucion’

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Why Are the Regulations of the New National Development Plan Regarding Paramos and Development Projects of National Strategic Interest Unconstitutional?

With six votes in favor and two against, the Constitutional Court ruled that the article of the National Development Plan that permits mining in paramos is unconstitutional.

Moreover, with a 5-3 vote, the Court decided that victims’ rights to land restitution supercedes Development Projects of National Strategic Interest.

In August 2015 Dejusticia intervened in this litigation arguing these measures’ unconstitutionality.

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Petro’s Constituent Assembly

Gustavo Petro is right to denounce the Inspector General´s Office and the government´s illegal decisions that ended his mandate as mayor before the Inter-American System of Human Rights. However, he is making a mistake in knocking over the board game, so to speak, he unfairly lost and joining the call for a constituent assembly.

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With Three Articles

It is possible to limit the greater institutional risks of the Inspector General’s Office and the worst personal excesses of Inspector General Ordóñez without changing the Constitution; we just need a short law with three articles.

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