El impacto de la Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos en las constituciones iberoamericanas

 -Carlos Hakansson

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"The Universal Declaration of Human Rights meets sixty years, but their impact on modern constitutions has not been the most favourable to becoming the single source of reference for the recognition of the rights at the international level, in fact has resulted in a incontinence approval treaty specialized in this field. While the structure of the catalogues of rights in the constitutions of European and Latin American fifties have been influenced by this international instrument, have also been receiving the call fragmentation and inflation rights, the tendency to declare rights without worrying about their proper protection".

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