The effectiveness of the protection sentence in the 1980 Constitution depends on the triple formula of its article 20: the declaration of illegality or arbitrariness of the conduct judged by the Court, the dual porpoise of this judicial protection —restore the rule of law and protect the affected— and its autonomy with respect to other forms of safeguarding fundamental rights. This article analyzes the effectiveness of the protection sentence from the point of view of its procedural effects in the most relevant scenarios registered by the jurisprudence and proposes a conceptual taxonomy of those effects. This registry distinguished the cases in which the effectiveness is fully assured of those in which the legal system still required the creation of mechanisms in its favor, the latter being an international commitment acquired by the State of Chile at the beginning of the nineties.
|Translated title of the contribution||The effectiveness of the protection sentence according to its autonomy and purposes|
|Number of pages||30|
|State||Published - Jul 2023|