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PEREZ LLODY, Luis Alberto. Political Resistance as a Fundamental Right. Reflections Regarding the Centenary of the Mexican Constitution. Rev. IUS [online]. 2016, vol.10, n.38. ISSN 1870-2147.

Political resistance constitutes a central phenomenon in the characterization of the history of civilization. Its several implications are present, almost without interruption, in its historical courses to the present days. Nevertheless, theoretical attention that from the sciences of Politics and Low has deserved has not been enough.

This study tries to offer a contribution to the current debate about the centenary of the Mexican Constitution of 1917 through a systematization of elements that allow conceptualizing and proposing the right of resistance as a fundamental right, question that, nevertheless, is not included in the Magna Carta due to conditionings of diverse nature.

Keywords : Constitution; political resistance; right of resistance.

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