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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoLa eficacia de la acción penal frente al desplazamiento forzado intraurbano en Medellín(2016) Calderón Restrepo, Alejandro; Flórez Cordón, María del Carmen; Sánchez Rendón, Néstor; Londoño Mesa, FedericoThis article involves the discussion about the effectiveness of the penal action against the crime of forced displacement and specifically the intra-urban displacement in Medellin city. It is elaborated a general description of the characteristics of this phenomenon in Colombia and furthermore, exhibiting the criminal justice tools of the State to counter this crime as the obligations of the authorities of criminal prosecution against it. Finally, it discuss around the effectiveness of criminal action and in general about the effectiveness of the criminal system to solve the problem of forced displacement.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoLa teoría de la sustitución constitucional, el caso del Acto Legislativo 006 De 2011(Universidad de San Buenaventura - Cali, 2017) Benavides Salazar, Luis Eliecer; Henríquez Zorrilla, Gabriel Andrés; Bejarano Ortiz, Paola AndreaThis article is based on the theory of implicit limits on the power of reform of the Constitution, then addressing use by the Constitutional Court, through the so-called theory of jurisdictional limits on the power of reform, achieving establish the concept of replacement the constitution and the lack of competition in the power of reform for the total or partial replacement of the Constitution of Colombia of 1991. After specifying the elements that support the theory, we proceed to its application in relation to the second article of Legislative Act 06, 2011, by which authorizes the legislature to that in the adversarial criminal process, and based on the nature of legally and less harmfulness of the criminal offense, assign the exercise of criminal action, other than the victim or the Attorney General's Office authorities. With this, it is claimed, defining and the Colombian state elements, such as the separation of powers, are replaced because a function that was exclusive jurisdiction of the Attorney General's Office will now be left to administrative authorities as mayors, police inspectors, superintendents and commissioners family, among others