Ayiti: Biwo Pwokirè a nan Pòtoprens devwal mezi sa yo twotwa Jivenil Delenkans
- Jedi, Janvye 19, 2012 3:25 AM
Pòtoprens, Ayiti - (defend.ht) - Biwo pwosekitè yo te nan Port-au-Prince, Bwigad la nan Pwoteksyon Sivil, Direksyon an depatmantal Nòdwès pou Edikasyon nan ak plizyè lòt enstitisyon ap vini ansanm nan kwape jivenil delenkans nan kapital la .
In the wake of this process, a working meeting was held on January 11 at the Department of the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince.
At the initiative of the Department of the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince and following various complaints to the Prosecutor, a working meeting was held on January 11 on the problem of juvenile delinquency, amplified recently in the capital including the phenomenon of "after school" where students are often surprised at the hours of courses in dance clubs, engaging in lewd practices.
Having taken part in this meeting, the Brigade for the protection of minors of the Central Directorate of judicial police, social welfare and Research Institute, the town halls of Port - au Prince, Delmas and Carrefour, the departmental Directorate of education, as well as West of the international Unicef and Minustah partners.
"Recognizing that the practices universally current in some obscene sound clubs, hotels, motels, sometimes in broad daylight do Avil to childhood and adolescence, and undermine morality", participants at the After the meeting, signed a joint statement in which formal instructions are passed to the brigade for the protection of minors to investigate, apprehend and bring in a state prosecution to any individual who will be made author, co-author or accomplice of debauchery and corruption of young people under 18.
The communiqué urges owners of nightclubs, hotels and motels to respect the obligation to ensure the civil majority to 18 years in Haiti.
School principals and parents, they were invited to observe and apply the provisions of the decree of 8 December 1968 on minors.
Remember that at the end of November 2011, a decent police officer in a Club of dance in a neighbourhood in the centre of Port - au-Prince had led to the arrest of 20 of schoolchildren in uniform, the arrest of the owner of the Club and the provisional closure of this place of sexual debauchery.
Sous: Vizyon 2000