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El procedimiento de comunicación entre el Poder judicial y las embajadas y consulados extranjeros
Revista Electrónica del Instituto de Investigaciones "Ambrosio L. Gioja" (2012)
  • Alexis Rodrigo Laborías
Abstract
In Argentina, the Executive Branch has an exclusive jurisdiction in matters of foreign relations, a role that is developed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship. In particular, this state agency is responsible for maintaining contact with the foreign diplomatic and consular representatives, accredited in the country. In exercise of this power, it must act as an intermediary of the notifications and communications between state officials and foreign missions, including those sent to and from the Judiciary. However, various judicial precedents provide a glimpse of a relative ignorance of this principle, or its improper application. On these parameters, the paper analyzes the formal procedure to exchange communication and notifications between the Judiciary and the foreign diplomatic and consular missions, through a detailed study of the law and jurisprudence. [The full text is in Spanish]
Keywords
  • International Law,
  • Foreign States,
  • Diplomatic and consular missions,
  • Judicial procedure,
  • Judicial notices,
  • Communications,
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship,
  • Jurisdictional immunity
Publication Date
2012
Citation Information
Laborías, Alexis Rodrigo. "El procedimiento de comunicación entre el Poder judicial y las embajadas y consulados extranjeros". Revista Electrónica del Instituto de Investigaciones "Ambrosio L. Gioja", Año VI, Nº 9, 2012, pp. 102-130.