Justicia conciliatoria durante el liberalismo hispano en el Perú: el caso de Huamanga = Conciliatory justice during hispanic liberalism in Peru: The case of Huamanga

The 1812 Constitution established the division of powers, except at local level. Mayors held powers in the internal government of towns and villages and were lay judges in settlements, an obligatory procedure for litigants and for resolving any dispute before the legal courts -district or provincial judges. Based on the case study of Huamanga, the players and the type of causes settled during the two stages in which the vice-royalty of Peru practised Spanish liberal politics -1812-1814 and 1820-1824- are analysed. The municipal judicial culture was dominated by a series of changes and demands, which provide new perspectives towards an understanding of the convulsed times of the wars of independence of the Andes that sometimes extended to the early republic ​
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