This article is a reflection on the inseparable binome "Law and Justice." The concepts of Law and Justice are so intertwined that the absence or weakness of either can lead to impunity and finally to a lack of peace in society. Unfortunately, some behavior, misconduct, or practices, are mainly facilitated by the malfunction of the judicial system. This can be seen all too clearly in the situation in Haiti. This article highlights the urgency of the situation and the need for all interested sectors and individuals to act swiftly, legally, and with firmness to ensure and strengthen the basis of the rule of law and the judicial system in Haiti. The result would be the demolition of the foundations of impunity in Haiti and the return of the rule of law.
The Importance of Teaching Law and the Reinforcement of the Judiciary System in Haiti,
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