Haiti: Juízes e Advogados ameaçam Trabalho Interrupção Sexta-feira 13
- Domingo, 8 de abril, 2012 04:32
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (defend.ht) - O presidente da Federação das Associações de Advogados do Haiti, Carlos Hércules, reiterou a vontade de os advogados dos vários bares da república e unida juízes na Associação Nacional dos Magistrados do Haiti ( ANAMAH) para declarar uma greve por tempo indeterminado se por 13 de abril, o chefe de Estado não permite que a inauguração do Superior Conselho Judicial (CSPJ).
On the microphone of Kiskeya Radio, Hercules, also chairman of the Bar Association of Port-au-Prince, said a letter was addressed to President Michel Martelly asking him to publish the order of appointment of members of the CSPJ to fix the date of swearing. The lawyer did not understand the ambivalent attitude of the President in this matter.
The Ministry of Justice was also invited to play its part in accelerating the process.
Carlos Hercules emphasizes that lawyers do not intend to backtrack on the early establishment of CSPJ, indispensable to the existence of an independent judiciary power and strengthening of the rule of law in Haiti.
Há poucos dias, o ministro da Justiça e Segurança Pública, Michel Brunache, anunciou o fim do processo de certificação para os membros do Conselho Superior do Poder Judicial (CSPJ), que, de acordo com a Constituição, deve ser o órgão de administração, controle, disciplina e deliberação do Judiciário.
Canceled for "technical reasons" 48 hours before April 2nd which would have been the date of the installation ceremony would have taken place, it is now in indefinite postponement.
The nine members of the certified CSPJ, who continue to wait before formally entering office, are:
Anel Alexis Joseph, President of the Court of Cassation,
Norgaisse Antoine, Vice President of the Court of Cassation
Thiers Malette, government commissioner to the Court of Cassation
Max Elibert, representing the Courts of Appeal
Gustave Pharaoh, elected by the district courts of the Republic
Jean Alix Civil, appointed by the Minister of Justice
Jean Etienne Mercier, representing the judges of the Peace Courts
Dilia Lemaire, elected by civil society organizations and
Nehemiah Joseph, representing the meeting of Presidents in office
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Fonte: Rádio Kiskeya