Transformative constitutionalism in Latin America as a constitutional mutation?

The thesis is that transformative constitutionalism is a reflection of two types of informal constitutional reforms (Albert, R. 2019) or constitutional mutations (Jellinek, 1906) that articulate with each other and are shaping another form of an imperfect democracy. The informal reform or mutation of institutional order, by disuse or lack of exercise of state powers (in particular the legislator and the government). And as an effect of the vacuum produced by this, the common informal reform or constitutional mutation by the constitutional practice of constitutional and inter-American judges, to attend from the constitutional law and human rights to the underrepresented social demands and the claims of inclusion with material equality of minority groups or in conditions of vulnerability and equitable distribution of scarce public resources.