The Mixed System of Constitutional and Conventional Control in Peru

The Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court of Peru have been incorporating conventionality control, by virtue of the clause of openness towards international treaties and decisions related to human rights. Against this background of constitutional pluralism I will discuss the effectiveness of not only the condemnatory judgments of the IACHR towards the Peruvian State, but above all, the binding effect of judgments rendered to third countries, and the compliance with them in Peru in order to better protect human rights. This multilevel constitutionalism has its progresses and setbacks which led to an atypical model of constitutional justice in Peru, within the so-called network Constitution