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Paraguay: Problemas de participación democrática directa


Ortiz Sandoval, Luis (2008). Paraguay: Problemas de participación democrática directa. c2d Working Papers Series 22, Centre for Democracy Studies Aarau (ZDA) at the University of Zurich.

Abstract

En Paraguay, no se ha realizado ni una sola consulta popular desde la promulgación
de su Constitución Política en 1992. El sistema político se muestra inflexible ante
iniciativas de consulta popular o iniciativas legislativas de alcance amplio. Al
respecto, toda la labor legislativa se ha basado en un consenso más o menos
logrado entre el Poder Ejecutivo y el Poder Legislativo, de modo que la labor de
legislación es cautivada sin excepción por los poderes del estado.

Abstract

En Paraguay, no se ha realizado ni una sola consulta popular desde la promulgación
de su Constitución Política en 1992. El sistema político se muestra inflexible ante
iniciativas de consulta popular o iniciativas legislativas de alcance amplio. Al
respecto, toda la labor legislativa se ha basado en un consenso más o menos
logrado entre el Poder Ejecutivo y el Poder Legislativo, de modo que la labor de
legislación es cautivada sin excepción por los poderes del estado.

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Item Type:Working Paper
Communities & Collections:Working Paper Series > C2D Working Paper Series
Dewey Decimal Classification:320 Political science
340 Law
900 History
Language:Spanish
Date:2008
Deposited On:07 May 2014 11:04
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 17:51
Series Name:c2d Working Papers Series
Number of Pages:25
ISSN:1662-8152 (E)

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