Anel Alexis Joseph Stands By CSPJ

Anel Alexis Joseph has landed on a position wherein he can better help improve Haiti's judicial system. He was inaugurated as one of the new members of the Superior of Judicial Powers (CSPJ) in a ceremony at the School of Magistrates. He teams up with eight other members comprising the new panel as the President of the Court of Cassation.


Anel Alexis Joseph believes that before the CSPJ's establishment, the power that the judicial, legislative, and executive branches hold is not balanced. He said that the Constitution was not receiving the respect it deserves, while the Executive was undermining the power of the judiciary. With the new panel, all these issues are expected to be addressed as its establishment will give way to the separation of power among the three branches.

Together with his colleagues, Joseph's responsibilities for the CSPJ include training of judges and court employees, as well as carrying out relevant investigations. He will be able to help fulfil the panel's goal of ensuring that justice is served and that the rule of law is strong and dependable.

The creation of the nine-member panel wowed many officials and organizations. The United States Embassy and the United Nations actually praised the development, saying that it is a great step to ensure the well-being and welfare of each Haitian.

Anel Alexis Joseph will work with the following CSPJ members: Antoine Norgaisse, Thiers Malette, Max Elibert, Gustave Pharaon, Jean Alix Civil, Jean Eitienne Mercier, Dilia Lemaire, and Nehemie Joseph. All of them have roles to play in the success of the CSPJ.

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