CONSTITUCIONALISMOS JURÍDICO Y POLÍTICO FRENTE A LA EXCLUSIÓN ELECTORAL

Pablo Marshall

Resumen


Este artículo presenta brevemente algunos elementos de la discusión angloparlante entre el constitucionalismo jurídico y el constitucionalismo político como formas institucionales para la protección de los derechos fundamentales. Afirmando que las teorías que dan prioridad a la dimensión política del constitucionalismo muestran complicaciones a la hora de procesar casos que suponen la puesta en cuestión de su propia legitimidad democrática, se analiza esta falta de reflexividad democrática a la luz del caso de la exclusión electoral de los privados de libertad. La conclusión a la que se arriba es que los casos en que derechos políticos se venafectado s por parte de los órganos representativos constituyen instancias para justificar una revisión judicial de la legislación.


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