Civil disobedience


Civil disobedience is a form of consistent political disagreement and is defined as the act of not complying with a norm that one has the obligation to comply with. The norms that should be fulfilled, in general, could be a legal norm or any norm that the group considers vested, which means conferring a dignity or an important position of authority in the sense that its transgression, which is the violation of a precept which inevitably results in a penalty.

Disobedience can be active or passive, but in the term ´´civil´´ it refers to the ethical or legal obligations that every citizen must distinguish or identify the current legal coordinated form, but it can also be said that the main objective of disobedience civil is to change the social or political order that can affect the freedom of citizens.

In the area of ​​civil disobedience, it can be said that any act or process of public opposition to a political law adopted by an established government, when the author is aware that his acts are illegal, that it is contrary to the law or of questionable legality. .

Civil disobedience is an expression of personal responsibility for the lack of justice and reflects the commitment not to work or surrender to unfair practices and norms, the norms that they reject are considered arbitrary norms, they are people who act only based on their will or whim and not in reason, logic or justice that is repugnant to the knowledge of the citizen.