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Haiti - Justice : Satisfaction after the verdict in the trial of Les Cayes
21/01/2012 08:21:34

Haiti - Justice : Satisfaction after the verdict in the trial of Les Cayes
Following the verdict in the trial of Les Cayes https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-4766-haiti-justice-verdict-in-the-trial-of-les-cayes.html t he Prime Minister Garry Conille declared on behalf of the Haitian government "My Government welcomes the dynamism of the Haitian Justice in the trial of 13 police officers in Les Cayes. This reflects the will of the Haitian State, through its justice system, to guarantee to the litigants a free and fair trial [...] The trial of the police officers in Les Cayes also reflects the Government's determination to protect and strengthen the independence of the judicial authority mandated by the Constitution of the Republic to enforce the law, without any form of political interference" adding "...the Government that I lead will continue to make every effort to preserve the independence of the judiciary and contribute to give back to the Justice its brand image in order to strengthen the confidence of our fellow citizens in the justice of our country."

For its part the U.S. Embassy in Haiti has declared "...We commend the verdict handed down yesterday in Les Cayes, which marks a significant step forward in the Haitian judicial system’s stance against impunity and demonstrates a renewed commitment for the respect of human rights, the rule of law, and accountability" adding "reinforcing the rule of law and combating impunity are essential to a better future for Haiti and the United States will continue to support Haitian efforts in these critical areas."

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