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Justice as the esence of democracy
August 12, 2010
The number 24 of magazine Perspectiva is already available, with a dossier on ''Justice as the esence of democracy'' including articles by Fernando Carrillo, former Minister of Justice of Colombia; Claudio Grossman, twice president of the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights; Christopher Sabatini, Director of Politicis Americas Society/Council of the Americas; Adriana María Polanía, General director of Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission; Luis Paulino Mora, Chairman of the Supreme Court of Costa Rica; Humberto de la Calle, former Minister of Interior, former Ambassador and Vicepresident of Colombia, among others. CADAL gathered for the subject the Uruguaian jurist Diego Camaño Viera, deputy professor of Criminal Law at Universidad de la República, member of the Executive Council of Instituto de Estudios Legales y Sociales (Ielsur), who analyzes the “Deficits of Criminal Justice in Uruguay”; and in the books section, Adrian Lucardi, Associated Research of CADAL, reviews the book “Populismo o mercados. El dilema de América Latina”, by Sebastián Edwards.

The new edition number 24 of the Magazine Perspectiva is already available with a dossier on "Justice as the esence of democracy". The magazine is edited in Colombia by Instituto de Ciencia Política, with the support of Center for International Private Enterprise in the United States and the collaboration of a network of institutes in different countries of the region. CADAL represents Perspectiva magazine in Uruguay, being in charge of its launching, distribution and promotion in that country.

In this issue, to analyze the Dossier's subject, Perspectiva summoned different experts such as: Fernando Carrillo, former Minister of Justice of Colombia; Claudio Grossman, Dean of Law College at American University, twice president of the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights; Adriana Ruiz-Restrepo, director of RRA (Derecho Público + Innovación Social); Christopher Sabatini, Director of Politicis Americas Society/Council of the Americas, Editor in Chief of Americas Quarterly; Adriana María Polanía, Colombian Lawyer, General director of Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission; Luis Paulino Mora, Chairman of the Supreme Court of Costa Rica; Gloria María Borrero Restrepo, Executive director of Corporación Excelencia en la Justicia (CEJ); Guillermo Lousteau Heguy, ARgentine philosopher, Ph. D. in Law and constitutionalist; Orlando T. Gómez González, Cuban Lawyer, Ph. D. in Law and professor of Criminal Law; Humberto de la Calle, former Minister of Interior, former Ambassador and Vicepresident of Colombia; Andrea Rondón, Venezuela lawyer, expert in corporate lawM and Luis A. Herrera, Venezuelan lawyer expert in administrative law. CADAL gathered for the subject the Uruguaian jurist Diego Camaño Viera, deputy professor of Criminal Law at Universidad de la República, member of the Executive Council of Instituto de Estudios Legales y Sociales (Ielsur), who analyzes the “Deficits of Criminal Justice in Uruguay”; and in the books section, Adrian Lucardi, Associated Research of CADAL, reviews the book “Populismo o mercados. El dilema de América Latina”, by Sebastián Edwards.

The magazine also offers the usual sections linke, Latin America, where the research team of ICP analyze the election in Colombia in 2010; Angélica Duran highlights the necessity of stablishing apropiate terms for comparison of violence and drugs situations in Mexico and Colombia, and the team of Libertad y Desarrollo in Chile, analyze the political and economic implications of the earthquake in Chile. En the section of Temas&Debates, Michael Cannon of Cato Institute analyzes the Health Law of Obama; Fernando Londoño asks the private sector to take its part in democracy, and John Murphy from the Chamber of Commerce of United States explores the importance of a dialogue government-companies in the economic, regulatory and trade policy. In World, the Bolivian Franco Gamboa analyzes the Arab-Israeli conflict. Finally in books, Adrián Lucardi, Associated Researcher of CADAL, reviews the book “Populismo o mercados. El dilema de América Latina”, by Sebastián Edwards.

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