Dilia Lemaire As CSJP New Member

Dilia Lemaire has been inaugurated as one of the members of the Superior Council of Judicial Power (CSPJ). Lemaire, the representative of civil society, is just one of the nine members who were officially installed at the School of Magistrates. With his appointment, Lemaire will bear more responsibility in the Haiti's judiciary system.


While the CSPJ aims to enhance the judiciary system in Haiti, Lemaire and the entire CSJP are tapped to hire, train and hone the skills of new judges and court employees. Not only that, they have the authority to investigate court officials who may have violated the law.

Lemaire will collaborate with other CSPJ members: Anel Alexis Joseph, Nehemie Joseph, Jean Etienne Mercier, Antoine Norgaisse, Thiers Malette, Jean Alix Civil, Gustave Pharaon, and Max Elibert. Together they will work to enhance the country's judicial system in order to ensure the rights and well-being of all Haitians.

Many believe that the judiciary in the country has never been given the authority it deserves. With the new CSPJ, the power among the judicial, legislative, and executive branches will be separated. The creation of the council came five years after the Parliament passed a law calling for the formation of such a panel. It is only now that this plan has been actually rolled out.

Representatives of the United States Embassy, as well as the United Nations congratulated the new council members. They are hopeful that the panel will be able to fulfill its tasks and responsibility for the benefit of all Haitians.

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