Author: Alexandre Braga, UFMG and Silvania Sousa do Nascimento

This paper addresses the state’s role in supporting, fostering and development of science and technology expressed in the constitutional documents of some Latin American countries. From the reading of texts from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela we can infer that the democratization period these countries science and technology are placed as pillars of development. We will highlight the infra-constitutional aspects that.

Our poster is an initial reading of the constitutions of Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela, with a view to understanding the relationship between the legislative and infra-constitutional principles comments arising from the implementation of discussion of these principles in those countries.