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CONTROL OF CONSTITUTIONALITY IN BRAZIL AND ARGENTINA - THE ORIGINS AND INFLUENCES OF CONSTITUTIONALITY CONTROL UNDER A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
This article has verified that in post-war Europe it was tried to confer greater effectiveness and submission of the legislators to the constitutions, operating a true paradigm shift from legalistic to constitutionalist supremacy in the post-war years. In its turn. In Latin America, constitutions have traditionally been referred to as documents with little effectiveness and almost no conformation of their texts to the reality of peoples. In such a context, it is possible to conceive thedoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5632162.v1 fatcat:dycakcbzenffzomirhsjtip6ly