Identità culturali e pluralismo giuridico nella Costituzione di Jalisco
Cultural Identities and Legal Pluralism in the Jalisco Constitution
The work studies some characteristics of the constitutional setting of the State of Jalisco. It starts from the comparison between the contents of fundamental rights in Mexico and those recognized in the internal system, paying particular attention to the issue of legal pluralism and the connections with the identities of indigenous people. The author then analyzes the mechanisms to protect cultural identities and the problems caused by the contextual existence of differentiated sources of law.
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