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Haiti - Justice : Installation of CSPJ, this Tuesday, July 3
29/06/2012 10:54:10

Haiti - Justice : Installation of CSPJ, this Tuesday, July 3
The 9 members of the Supreme Council of Judicial Power (CSPJ) will be installed Tuesday, July 3, has informed the President Michel Martelly, which stated that the invitations will be sent to members at the latest this weekend.

Me Carlos Hercules, barrister of the Bar Association welcomes this news "this is great news that the Presidency has indicated that next week the CSPJ will take office, we say bravo, and we say 'chapeau' to the presidency even if we do not agree on how this announcement was made [...] this is the first time that the Judiciary will be independent and we hope that its 9 members, will have enough leadership to conduct themselves as a real power, which will not dependent on the legislative or executive power [...] to make the administration of the justice, the way it should be done." The barrister does not hide a certain frustration, because of the fact that the Head of State does not respect the procedure by inviting only 5 of the 9 members to make them this announcement. Without being able to explain this behavior of the President of the Republic, he believes that it will would have been more correct for the Head of State, to invite the 9 members to make this announcement, or just the President of CSPJ.

For his part, the President Martelly said he was proud "to be the first Haitian President that will establish the CSPJ, the Permanent Electoral Council (CEP) and the Constitutional Council, institutions that should allow the institutionalization of democracy in Haiti."

Concerning the formation of the new CEP, the Head of State indicated "At the executive level, we are already discussing of the choice of our 3 representatives. Once the CSPJ will be installed, we will ask it to appoint its representatives." About the potential difficulties, that could meet the parliamentarians in the appointment of 3 representatives [2 in the Lower House and one in the Senate], he invited the parliamentarians to be awareness of the reality, and to appoint their representatives to the CEP, to promote the organization of elections. Insisting, for the 9 new members of the CEP, are credible personalities, free off any suspicion that "will stand out from their personal interests and that will understand the necessity to work today for the country's future, and allow the Haitian people to have a better tomorrow."

The President President took the opportunity to confirm that the executive will have candidates in the upcoming senatorial elections in order to achieve a majority in Parliament "We will identify the candidates, those we will support are those who are able to win the election and that will not let us down along the way after their election."

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