Efectos reglamentarios y jurisdiccionales del derecho comunitario Andino sobre el derecho administrativo colombiano
Montes Sarmiento, Maria Alejandra
This work is supported on a base made of two concepts, which form the context of the research horizon: Administrative Law and Community Integration. It is clear that to speak of a specific Community integration as the Andean Community (CAN), directly affect the activity of administrative law. It was necessary that the countries in economic integration groups give some of their powers to create a supranational legal order, which changes the dynamics of social and business relationships affects the structure of government, making the law not limited to administrative interact only with national law. This mutual dependence of internal and regional policies is done, then, whenever there is involvement and commitment of States against decisions, binding or not. To that extent there is the problem of investigation to clarify what has been the adoption of decisions and interpretations issued by the officer’s mechanisms of Andean Community Law, in the Colombian legal system. The existence of several viewpoints regarding mandatory or not of such adoption, molds a topic of sufficient breadth and depth to be studied in a research paper.