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| Gisel_Presno |
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|Business/Commerce (general)||Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs|
|Ships, Sailing, Maritime||Real Estate|
|Law (general)||Law: Patents, Trademarks, Copyright|
|Law: Contract(s)||Investment / Securities|
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|Spanish to English: Rule of Law y Estado de Derecho|
General field: Law/Patents
Detailed field: Law (general)
|Source text - Spanish|
La lucha por promover la sumisión del poder público al derecho, a lo largo de la historia, ha constituido —y constituye— una batalla que se ha librado en dos escenarios sustancialmente distintos: uno interno y otro internacional.
En el plano interno, el sometimiento del poder público al derecho ha sido objeto de estudio en las distintas tradiciones jurídicas existentes en el mundo. Dentro del Civil Law y el Common Law —es decir, dentro de las dos principales tradiciones jurídicas de Occidente en las que vamos a centrar nuestra atención—, la idea de la sumisión del poder público al derecho se ha expresado a través del Estado de derecho y del Rule of Law, respectivamente. A pesar de que, generalmente, suelen considerarse ambos términos como sinónimos —lo que ha creado cierta confusión—, debemos señalar que entre ambas instituciones jurídicas existen apreciables diferencias que es preciso distinguir. Fuera del ámbito jurídico estatal interno, dicha confusión sería aún mayor.
|Translation - English|
Throughout history, the struggle to promote the submission of the public power to the law has been —and still is— a battle that has been waged in two substantially different scenarios: a local one and an international one.
At the local level, the submission of the public power to the law has been studied by the different legal traditions of the world. Within the Civil Law and the Common Law —that is to say, within the two major legal traditions of the West, on which we focus our study — the idea of submission of the public power to the law has been expressed through the Rechtsstaat* and the Rule of Law, respectively. Although both terms are generally considered synonyms —which has created some confusion—, we shall point out that there are considerable differences between both legal institutions that must be pointed out. Beyond the local legal level, such confusion would be even greater.
* Translator’s note: The author uses the Spanish expression “Estado de derecho” to refer to this concept
|Bachelor's degree - Catholic University of Argentina|
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Keywords: Spanish, English, law, economics, finance, accountancy, commerce
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