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Title: Los indios ante el derecho mexicano, un intrincado proceso
Other Titles: Politics and Culture; No 35 (2011): No. 35: Justicia; 67-85
Política y Cultura; Núm. 35 (2011): No. 35: Justicia; 67-85
Politique et culture; No 35 (2011): No. 35: Justicia; 67-85
Authors: Durand Alcántara, Carlos Humberto
Silva Maldonado, Marcos Daniel
Issue Date: 2-Jun-2011
Publisher: Politics and Culture
Política y Cultura
Politique et culture
Description: We analyze the problems that indigenous of Mexico find into the access to the existing legal system which in addition are strange for them, and contradict their own bases as a model apparently equal and fair. On the contrary State law discriminates and marginalized social subjects whose cultural characteristics are multiple and diverse.
Se analiza la problemática en que se ubican los pueblos indígenas de México al acceder al sistema jurídico vigente, el cual –además de resultarles extraño– contradice sus propias bases como un modelo aparentemente igualitario y justo. Por el contrario, el derecho de Estado discrimina y margina a sujetos sociales cuyas características culturales son múltiples y diversas.
URI: https://polcul.xoc.uam.mx/index.php/polcul/article/view/1137
ISSN: 0188-7742
Other Identifiers: https://repositorio.xoc.uam.mx/jspui/handle/123456789/17150
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