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is highly innovative because of the following:
JUDICIAL INNOVATION. We promote two structural changes, related to each other:
1. End the monopoly of the public sector in justice.
2. Participation of the social sector in some judicial decisions.
3. New norms and structures against judicial corruption.
SOCIAL INNOVATION: we inspire and encourage others to promote the changes of the previous point in the justice or in any other sphere of action of the public sector.
CULTURAL INNOVATION: We create awareness that public monopolies are the problem and that the participation of the social sector in public decisions is the solution.