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Ius et Praxis

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HARO, Ricardo. LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS Y LOS TRATADOS QUE LOS CONTIENEN EN EL DERECHO CONSTITUCIONAL Y LA JURISPRUDENCIA ARGENTINOS. Ius et Praxis [online]. 2003, vol.9, n.1, pp.63-89. ISSN 0718-0012.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-00122003000100006.

Under the provisions of the Argentine Constitution of 1853/60, the Supreme Court always maintained the doctrine of the supremacy of the Constitution over international treaties, and the status of these as equal to Congress' laws, until the Court gave precedence to treaties on human rights over national laws in 1992. A fundamental change takes place in Argentine law with the constitutional amendment of 1994: a) new rights and guarantees were received; b) By the provisions of article 75 subsection 22, ten treaties were given constitutional status, and treaties were granted precedence over national laws; c) Article 75 subsection 24 authorizes the delegation of power and jurisdiction to supranational organizations under the provisions of integration treaties; d) The Supreme Court has accepted the jurisdiction of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights over the interpretation and application of the American Convention and has declared that its own decisions must serve as guidelines for the interpretation of the conventions.

Palabras clave : Argentina; Constitutional Law; International Law; Human Rights; Fundamental Rights.

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