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ACADEMIA DE CIENCIAS FÍSICAS, MATEMÁTICAS Y NATURALES
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VOL. 6, NO. 2, PGS. 49–56

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Constitutional Limits to the International Protection of Foreign Investment
The Cases of Colombia and Ecuador
Enrique Prieto-Ríos

Enrique Prieto-Ríos1 He is a professor at the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Universidad del Rosario, director of the area of International Law and coordinator of the research group on International Economic Law. He is the author of Systemic Violence of the Law.

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Constitutional judges have adopted an active role in the review of international investment agreements (IIAs) as a response to the harmful effects on public policy and spending brought about by the claims of foreign investors against Latin American States. Thus, the discussions in the constitutional courts of Colombia and Ecuador on the validity of this type of treaties have been aimed at guaranteeing the regulatory capacity of States in matters of public interest, recognizing that the scope of application of these treaties requires a detailed and in-depth analysis of their clauses.

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