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Análisis e Implicancias del Diseño Constitucional de la Justicia de las Comunidades Nativas y Campesinas y su Relación con la Justicia Ordinaria: : El caso peruano, Volume Ano 6, Vol. XI Aug-Dec 2018: El caso peruano

By Patio, Gino, Rios, Dr.


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Analysis and implications of the constitutional design of the justice of the native and campesinas communities and its relationship with ordinary justice: The peruvian case Justice in its legal configuration, specifically criminal, is a cultural product that should not be distanced from its ethical justification, due to its anthropological character, which entails the most felt aspiration of equity that has the person and the community. The political constitution of a multiethnic and multicultural state, such as Peru, recognizes the jurisdiction of the native and peasant communities, as a special jurisdiction, which integrates it into ordinary jurisdiction, just as civil, labor, Of family, commercial, criminal, among other specialties, although that jurisdiction has the philosophical, anthropological, sociological and historical bases necessary to be considered a jurisdiction of exception, as it is the case of the military and arbitral jurisdictions, both for respective reasons Sui géneris. In the consequent coordination between the ordinary jurisdiction and the jurisdiction of the native and peasant communities, it appears an address directed by the one on it, which causes a serious asymmetry in the duty of the state to incorporate these communities to the horizon of Modernity, resulting in this coordination more favorable to the interests of ordinary justice, which is framed in the deficient and unjust common judicial system.

Summary
La justicia en su configuración legal, específicamente penal, es un producto cultural que no debe distanciarse de su justificación ética, debido a su carácter antropológico, que entraña la aspiración más sentida de equidad que tiene la persona y la comunidad. La constitución política de un estado pluriétnico y multicultural, como el Perú, reconoce la jurisdicción de las comunidades nativas y campesinas, como jurisdicción especial, lo cual la integra a la jurisdicción ordinaria, de la misma manera que están integradas las jurisdicciones civil, laboral, de familia, comercial, penal, entre otras especialidades, pese a que dicha jurisdicción tiene los fundamentos filosóficos, antropológicos, sociológicos e históricos necesarios para ser considerada una jurisdicción de excepción, como es el caso de las jurisdicciones militar y arbitral, ambas por respectivas razones sui géneris. En la consecuente coordinación entre la jurisdicción ordinaria y la jurisdicción de las comunidades nativas y campesinas, asoma un direccionamiento ex profeso por parte de aquella sobre ésta, lo cual origina una grave asimetría en el deber del estado de incorporar a dichas comunidades al horizonte de la modernidad, resultando esta coordinación más favorable a los intereses de la justicia ordinaria, la cual está enmarcada en el deficitario e injusto sistema judicial común.

 

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