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Revista Jurídica Derecho

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ARIZA SANTAMARIA, Rosembert. Conservative legal pluralism, the same old legal monism. Rev. Jur. Der. [online]. 2021, vol.10, n.15, pp.209-226. ISSN 2413-2810.

Abstract The new constitutions and the international law of the human rights of indigenous peoples constitute a political legal framework that does not end up making the differential rights of our peoples and ethnic communities effective, several factors prevent it, the greatest difficulty remains undoubtedly legal monism , in addition to the stony monism, judicial logic and the application of the constitutionality block do not materialize in most of the judicial systems of the region, there is an agency perspective from international organizations and an institutional perspective that distances most of the cases of the perspectives of indigenous peoples and Afro-descendants, which makes the dominant conservative pluralism in our States unchangeable. Based on these aspects, a break with multicultural pluralism is proposed, from a critical perspective that starts from assuming as a challenge the construction of legal systems that do not subalternize the proper forms of justice and conflict resolution of our ancestral peoples and constitute a radical pluralism from popular, community and democratic participation in justice.

Palabras clave : Legal monism; Conservative pluralism; Community pluralism; radical pluralism.

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