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BERNAL-CANO, Natalia. CONSTITUTIONAL COMPLAINT UNCONSTITUTIONAL LAWS AND PROPOSING A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT IN COLOMBIA. Vniversitas [online]. 2011, n.122, pp. 261-302. ISSN 0041-9060.
This article explains the procedures against judgments uttered under unconstitutional laws, court congestion and conflicting interpretations between the jurisdictions. It presents one of the results of Natalia Bernal-Cano's thesis Le contrôle de constitutionnalité de la loi sur recours d'un individu en Allemagne, Belgique et Colombie. Réfexions comparatives pour un nouveau modèle de justice constitutionnelle, at the Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University under the Professor Otto Pfersmann's direction. The thesis was held on July, 3 2009 and published in 2011 in Paris as exemplary of Séries Logiques juridiques, Editions de l'Harmattan, French collection led by Professor Gérard Marcou. It's important to note Natalia Bernal-Cano's arguments have been used to adopt, in order Colombian law, the protection of fundamental rights, violated or threatened by the unconstitutional laws application opposed to the Constitution. The arguments of the thesis, used in this scientific contribution, propose a single model of constitutional justice in nature mixed.
Keywords : Judicial Review; Constitutional Courts; Constitutional Decisions; Constitutional Interpretation; Power of the Judges; Judicial Precedents.