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The utopia of labour law at diplomatic missions





A worker, who provided the services to a diplomatic mission, does not have the opportunity to go to the labor jurisdiction to claim labor credits because of the legal immunity, that was established since 1961 Viena’s Convention about Diplomatic Relations. This theory is now controverted, it can be seen at the Supreme Justice Court and the Constitutional Court sentences. The relative legal immunity is the last theory that is accepted by the international law based on New York convention about states legal immunity and their property, which compiles the international costume about this topic. Once in Colombia was accepted the second theory but it was change to the first one and to protect labor rights was open the door to Colombian responsibility recognition and any responsibility of the other state.

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