The role of constitution of Cádiz in the gestation of the independence of Peru

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The article reports on the influence of the Constitution of Cádiz-fruit of reformism that derived in the design of a constitutional monarchy model-in the process of emancipation of the Virreinato of Peru. The Constitution of Cádiz gave impulse to the identification of people with the freedom, equality and popular sovereignty ideals, also allowed the diffusion of ideas for change through the freedom of the press. The constitution of 1923 consecrates these ideals, however, since the beginning of the republican life, exits a pending challenge to the Peruvian constitutionalism, the strengthening of the Constitutional State, trough the social consensus and the implementation of the constitutional principle of democracy in the context of the facts.
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)315-337
Número de páginas23
PublicaciónHistoria Constitucional
EstadoPublicada - 12 oct. 2012

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