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Confier l’interprétation de la Constitution au peuple. À la rencontre du constitutionnalisme populaire latino-américain

Abstract : Over the past decade, a new movement has emerged in Latin American constitutional doctrine, called “popular constitutionalism”. This movement, which proposes a new constitutional arrangement of powers, places at the heart of the system an actor too often omitted in constitutional interpretation: the people. The members of this movement consider that the constitutional judges should take into account the will of the people when interpreting the Constitution. This article offers to the readers an overview of the genesis of this movement, as well as an analysis of the main criticisms made against it.
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Carolina Cerda-Guzman. Confier l’interprétation de la Constitution au peuple. À la rencontre du constitutionnalisme populaire latino-américain. La Revue des Droits de l'Homme, CTAD-CREDOF (Centre de recherche et d'études sur les droits fondamentaux) 2022, ⟨10.4000/revdh.13250⟩. ⟨halshs-03572633⟩

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