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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.

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CSPJ Assigns Thiers Malette To Its Panel

The Superior Council of Judicial Power (CSPJ) in Haiti has created a panel consisting of Thiers Malette and eight other officials. Malette is the Government Commissioner at the Court of Cassation. His installment as a CSPJ member means that he will be part of the panel tapped to contribute to the improvement of the country's judicial system. Among the CSPJ's responsibilities is to hire and train judges and court employees. They can also carry out relevant and necessary investigations.

Malette and the other members officially took the positions during a ceremony at the School of Magistrates. Upon the inauguration, the CSPJ panel has a lot of work to do. Its job is very crucial to the country and its entire judicial system. As a matter of fact, Durin Duret, the President of the Association of Haitian Magistrates believes that the creation of the CSPJ nine-member panel is an important step to gain back public confidence.
Aside from Malette, other officials were installed as members of CSPJ in order to ensure that the panel's tasks are done efficiently. These officials include President of the Court Cassation Anel Alexis Joseph and Vice-President Antoine Norgaisse. The rest of the panel consists of Max Elibert, Gustave Pharaon, Jean Alix Civil, Dilia Lemaire, Nehemie Josep and Jean Etienne Mercier.

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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.

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Superior Council Of Judicial Power Welcomes 9 Members (CSPJ)

Haiti has taken a huge step in boosting its judicial system by installing nine members of the Superior Council of Judicial Power (CSJP). President Michel Martelly's government created the panel in an aim to properly divide the power among the judicial, legislative, and executive branches. The new CSJP is tasked to recruit, train and develop judges and court employees. It is also responsible to conduct investigations on judges and court employees should the need arise.

The following members include Anel Alexis Joseph (President of the Court of Cassation), Antoine Norgaisse (Vice-President and Judge at the Court of Cassation), Thiers Malette (Government Commissioner at the Court of Cassation), Max Elibert (Judge at the Court of Appeals of Les Cayes) and Gustave Pharaon (Dean of the Tribunal of First Instance of Gonaives).

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