Caso práctico Martina y Emir vs Panamá
Ayala, Erick Enoc
Laura B, Oswaldo
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Professional development involves the study of other aspects of the law, as well as its applicability in the international framework; for this reason, being students of the Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Constitutional Justice, we have the need to verify those procedural aspects when raising a case and initiate a lawsuit before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, which we have tried to illustrate in a simple and easy to understand format, so that in a didactic way it contributes to the knowledge of the community of legal professionals who maintain an interest in entering the field of human rights. For this reason, the case is focused on an era marked by the violation of these human rights, the product of an abusive, totalitarian and entrenched military regime in political power, which in perspective allows us to show, the violations caused by said acts to members of society and the possible repercussions that these abuses can bring to a member state of the Organization of American States.