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Cuestiones constitucionales

versión impresa ISSN 1405-9193

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ANZOLA NIEVES, Aurora. Joint responsibility as a constitutional principle in Venezuela. Cuest. Const. [online]. 2012, n.26, pp.3-29. ISSN 1405-9193.

This investigation studies the principle of shared responsibility referred to in the 1999 Venezuelan Constitution, through qualitative methodology. It presents a comprehensive framework for the Doctrine of the particular state through socio-historical perspectives, legal and political that contributes to a raid on the must-be state action in attention to Venezuelan constitutional provisions. It makes the interpretation of the particular doctrine of the State, which refers to the study, understanding and analysis from the point of view of historical evolution of a particular State, Venezuela. The Venezuelan Constitution of 1999 redefines the relationship between the state and society in Venezuela, specifically regarding the role of civil society front the constitutional principle of shared responsibility. Joint responsibility as one of the constitutional principles behind the model of state and society in Venezuela, is understood as the principle on which the state has some functions and responsibilities that are proper and civil society has rights but also obligations meet in public affairs, which are exercised jointly responsible.

Palabras llave : Constitution; constitutional principles; joint responsibility.

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