Democracias en movimiento: Mecanismos de democracia directa y participativa en América Latina

This publication is only available in electronic format
Published: 
12 November 2014
Language: 
español
Pages: 
348
ISBN: 
978-607-02-5407-9 (Print)
Author(s): 
Alicia Lissidini, Yanina Welp, Daniel Zovatto
Co-Publisher(s): 
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

En los últimos años, se registra un aumento del repertorio de manifestaciones sociales, que muestran que la política importa, aunque de una manera diferente a la tradicional.

Esta obra colectiva presenta una selección de estudios de democracia directa y participativa en América Latina.

Contents

Prefacio: La política en movimiento

1. Las Instituciones de la democracia directa

2. Paradojas de la participación en América Latina. ¿Puede la democracia directa institucionalizar la protesta?

3. Cuando es peor el remedio que la enfermedad. Análisis de la revocatoria del mandato en los municipios de los países andinos

4. Revocatoria del mandato presidencial en Venezuela: definición y puesta en práctica

5. Democracia directa en Costa Rica: el referendo sobre el TLC

6. Municipalidades, ciudadanos y democracia directa en Chile: esbozos de una relación fluida

7. El despliegue del a democracia directa en el Ecuador pos-constitucional

8. Venezuela: de la democracia participativa al Estado comunal

9. Políticas participativas, representación y profundización democrática

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