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Haiti - Politic : «Look the nonsense they did» (dixit Mirlande Manigat)
28/09/2012 09:51:28

Haiti - Politic : «Look the nonsense they did» (dixit Mirlande Manigat)
After the complaint filed by the Lower House, against the representatives of the Higher Council of the Judiciary (CSPJ), installed at the Permanent Electoral Council (CEP) following a minority vote challenged, to which is added the possible dismissal of Me Anel Alexis Joseph (72 years), the President of the CSPJ appointed outside the framework of the law because of his age who sets the limit at 65, Mirlande Manigat, deplores that "[...] the country is in a state of mishmash politico-legal, there is no reference legal, constitutional for a set of things that are made ​​in the country.

Individuals improvise and when they improvise, they find themselves mixed, [...] and to out of these situations, the Constitution does not provides code, here are no legal proceedings to dimiss [a member of the CSPJ or CEP], it is only the High Courts of Justice [who can decide] and it is the Senate [dysfunctional], who heads the High Courts of Justice...

The Chamber of Deputies by a majority of two thirds, has indicted a number of people, including members of the Permanent Electoral Council, but the Permanent Electoral Council is not even here yet, and it is necessary that the person commit a fault, to be able to seize the High Courts of Justice. This is something that has never been done since the Constitution exists and it is not easy to seize the High Courts of Justice [...]

I applaud the creation of the CSPJ [...] it is an institution that has just been created, which needs to grow, who need to strengthen, and then bang! The first initiative it takes is something crooked, it discourages many people.

I say it frankly, there is an institution who is there to protect the Judiciary, of three powers, the latter is the one that is supposed to be the most independent in the country, but it is also the weaker, it is still considered as a poor little cousin, compared to the other two branches (Executive and Legislative].

Therefore, the CSPJ was there to support the judiciary and look the nonsense they did..."

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