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iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve : Resumption of activities at the Court of First Instance
04/12/2019 09:08:43

iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve : Resumption of activities at the Court of First Instance
Tuesday, December 3, after more than two months of total dysfunction, the Court of First Instance (TPI) of Petit-Goâve, victim of acts of vandalism and fire, https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29138-haiti-petit-goave-violence-panic-and-vandalism.html officially resumed its activities. Several judges, administrative staff, clerks and bailiffs were present at their place of work.

It is the Ministry of Justice that has financed the repair and rehabilitation works, but it is not over yet. Office equipment and furniture have yet to be installed to facilitate the smooth functioning of the Tribunal.

During an interview on Raido Préférence FM, Dean Me Friztner Duclair said "We had a meeting of judges on Monday, we analyzed the situation and decided to return to work. All the judges are mobilized [...] we are available and willing to offer the people and the litigants services" recalling that "[...] the court was struck in the heart, computers, typewriters, records, folders filled with files, titles of property, archives of the Prosecutor's Office not yet distributed were burned."

"He went on to point out that some lessons must be learned from these acts of vandalism. "We should make sure that such things do not happen again, but in order to do that, the Ministry of Justice and the Police must take action. safety and prevention..."

Moreover, Me Duclair announced that these acts will not go unpunished, indicating that the Prosecutor of Petit-Goâve has already sent the file to the investigating cabinet "It will be up to the designated judge to identify the culprits so that they can be tried and punished in accordance with the law.

As part of the resumption of activities, the TPI Dean has already distributed the cases to the judges.

IH/ iciHaiti / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondant Petit-Goâve)

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