El valor jurídico de los Pronunciamientos de los Órganos de Control de la OIT en Chile

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Starting from the analysis of the arguments used by the Constitutional Court to argue that the pronouncements of both the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations and the Committee on Freedom of Association are not an interpretation of ILO Conventions signed by Chile that can be considered as binding on our country, as well as the contrast with those that have been developed by the ILO's own supervisory bodies and with those that have developed the national and international doctrine and jurisprudence on the subject,provides some arguments regarding the legal value of the pronouncements of the ILO's supevisory bodies and it concludes that, contrary to the Constitutional Court's position, it is reasonable to say that these pronouncements have legal value and constitute interpretations of the Conventions signed and ratified by Chile, and for that reason they are binding for the Chilean State.
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationLos derechos del trabajo en la Constitución, en especial el de huelga
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2017

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