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ORBEGOSO SILVA, Miluska. Social Rights in Peru. The Influence of the Mexican Constitution of 1917. Rev. IUS [online]. 2016, vol.10, n.38. ISSN 1870-2147.

In this research work we will address the importance and influence of the Mexican constitutionalism on the construction of the Social State, especially in Peru. The Mexican Constitution of 1917 is constituted as the first Constitution in the world that gathers the so-called social rights and it has fuelled that Latin-American Constitutions of the 20th century continue this trend, gathering a wide catalog of social rights, to which the Peruvian constitutionalism has not been unaffected.

Keywords : Social rights; Social State; Constitution; Peru; Mexico.

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