Elements of national, comparative and supranational constitutional jurisdiction
Alfonso Herrera García
Book published as number 129 of the Porrúa Library of Constitutional Procedural Law, due to the pen of one of the most prolific and important authors of the Spanish-American constitutional process, which in spite of his youth is surprising due to the number and depth of his works.
Well called "Elements" we have a book that compiles various works by the author, some in co-authorship, on subjects such as judicial power, new amparo (mexian habeas corpus) trial, constitutional justice in Spain and Peru, as well as the relationships between national courts and supranational justice system, and the suspension of guarantees in the inter-American human rights system. As can be seen, there is a very necessary approach from the comparison of systems and processes.
Excellent work to know the main issues of Constitutional Procedural Law in a way that combines theoretical knowledge with the exegesis of legal texts and sentences. The same is advisable for teachers and lawyers as well as for students who already know the Constitutional Law and the Procedure Theory.
It makes us expect from the author a true treatise on the subject.