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Sunday, February 12, 2017

“Justice & Réconciliation”, en Haiti!

Serge H. Moise

QuestCinq.com/Opinion Par Serge H. Moïse av. “Les défaites du droit sont toujours provisoires”. L’arrêt de la Cour d’Appel de Port-au-Prince, présidée par l’honorable Jean-Joseph Lebrun confirme, si besoin était, cette maxime juridique trop souvent oubliée ou simplement ignorée des prédateurs, petits ou grands. En effet, le jeudi vingt février en cours, soit deux ans après celle du juge Carvès Jean, concluant contre toute attente que « le crime contre l’humanité n’existait pas en droit haïtien », l’ordonnance de la Cour d’Appel, dans un souci de justice et d’équité a renversé la vapeur et remis la pendule à la bonne heure. L’honorable Juge…

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