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Haiti - Justice : The strike of clerks paralyzes a part of the judicial system
27/01/2012 11:29:36

Haiti - Justice : The strike of clerks paralyzes a part of the judicial system
Clerks of the country are on strike since Wednesday, January 25, to require of the Haitian state a salary adjustment. The deputy Jean Tholbert Alexis of the Justice Commission reminded the clerks, that if they should indeed have better salary conditions, they must have the patriotic spirit and find a common ground with the Ministry of Justice, so that these adjustments are undertaken gradually.

The Deputy recalled that justice is a sensitive area and is concerned about the lack of service to the public during this strike whose he highlights the serious consequences "if there is a death in an accident, there must be a clerk, a Judge of Peace to make the observation [...] The operation of lawyers is paralyzed, because if for example, a lawyer must take an execution or a ruling it's the clerk who must carry thel, [...] you know that in right some delay are short [...] and when the time is exceeded, that those concerned did not act within the time, then we are foreclosed and when we are foreclosed, we can not go back [in a case] [...]"

Before the paralysis of a part of judicial system, the deputy Jean Tholbert Alexis asks the Prime Minister, Dr. Garry Conille to get involved in negotiations with the Minister of Justice to quickly to unlock this serious situation.

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