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Analysis: A Reflection on the “Dualism within Dualism” in the Interaction between International Law and Domestic Law in Guatemala

21 octubre, 2016

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cav01-1By Carlos Arturo Villagrán Sandoval, a PhD Candidate at Melbourne Law School. Before commencing his PhD, Carlos Arturo Villagrán Sandoval was Human Rights Adviser and State Council for the Guatemalan Government within the Project of Historical Memory and Human Rights for Peace of the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP).  He is currently a member of the Constitution Transformation Network.

This post is a synopsis of a piece presented as part of a series of articles published by the Latin American Society of International Law’s Interest Group on the ‘New Relationship between International and Domestic Law’. [For full article in Spanish see here]

In July 2016 the Guatemalan Constitutional Court delivered a first judgment making a positive obligation for the Guatemalan government to provide free quality bilingual – Mayan/Spanish – education in highly populated indigenous areas. The Court stressed that the right to free quality education is deeply connected to the right to development of…

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