Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Former Minister of Justice Criticizes Unconstitutional Supreme Court Judges

AHP News – March 9, 2007 – English translation (Unofficial)� � A former Justice Minister denounces the fact that the Supreme Court is functioning with illegal members under a constitutionally elected government � � Port-au-Prince, March 9, 2007 (AHP)- Former Justice Minister� Camille Leblanc asserted Friday that some of the current membership of the country’s high court, the Court of Cassation, do not have a legal mandate because the procedures employed to name several of the court’s members did not comply with requirements of the Haitian Constitutions. � Judges on the Court of Cassation were named by de facto President Boniface Alexandre and as a result do not have a legal mandate, according to Mr. Leblanc. � The former Justice Minister urged that this situation be corrected through the submission of the names of these judges to the Haitian Parliament […]

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