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DIAZ REVORIO, Francisco Javier. Human Rights and Fundamental Duties: On the Concept of Constitutional Obligations and the Binding Force in the Spanish Constitution of 1978. Rev. IUS [online]. 2011, vol.5, n.28, pp.278-310. ISSN 1870-2147.

This article defends the thesis that constitutional duties are, in fact, mandates / empower the legislature to regulate the specific obligations of citizens in a given area, and discusses the various constitutional obligations, establishing different classification based on the distinction between fundamental duties and other constitutional obligations.

Keywords : Constitutional duty; constitutional law; entitlement to the Constitution; obligations; mandates; citizens; public authorities.

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