Il pluralismo normativo in Argentina e le sue ricadute sulla giurisdizione
Abstract: Normative pluralism and its consequences on the judiciary in Argentina – The essay deals with normative pluralisms and its consequences on judicial federalism in Argentina. The Author places Argentina in a comparative context and argues that Argentinian judicial federalism is peculiar and cannot be classified within the so-called classical models of organization of the judicial power in federal states (USA and Germany). To develop the argument in the context of normative pluralism the Author employs a methodological approach that looks at four elements: i) organization of the judicial power on
at least two levels; ii) competences of member states concerning the definition of judges' prerogatives; iii) involvement of Member States in the organization and regulation of the judiciary; iv) definition of a coherent system concerning the solution of cases of conflicts of laws.
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