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Pestel based on neutrosophic cognitive maps to characterize the factors that influence the consolidation of the neo constitutionalism in Ecuador

Manuel Antonio Calderón Ramírez; Julio César de Jesús Arrias Añez; Orlando Iván Ronquillo Riera; Raúl Gilberto Herráez Quezada; Álvaro Aniceto Ríos Vera; Julio César Torres Cegarra; Pablo Mariano Ojeda Sotomayor

This paper analyzes the main contradictions existing in Ecuador for the consolidation of neo-constitutionalism, which is considered as; the new legal theory, which seeks to transform the rule of law into the constitutional rule of law, proposing for it; greater state intervention and creation of egalitarian democratic spaces and respect for human rights among state agencies and institutions. For this reason, the objective of this work is to characterize the factors that influence the consolidation of neo-constitutionalism in Ecuador, as an ideological and methodological theory of law. In order to characterize the factors that influence the consolidation of neo-constitutionalism in Ecuador, the PESTEL methodology based on neutrosophic cognitive maps is used, which constitutes a tool for the analysis of the environment that analyzes political, economic, social, technological, ecological and legal factors. A documentary analysis is carried out that deals with the pretentious materials of the institutionalization of neo-constitutionalism in Ecuador, from its contextualization

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