Unintended justice

In the fourth episode of the "On the brink of Justice" podcast, we point the finger at the relationship between judges and law enforcement officers. In this session, we try to better understand this relationship which raises questions about whether it is a utilitarian one.
21 November 2022
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Dans cet épisode du podcast "La justice au bord du précipice", la relation entre les juges et les forces de l'ordre est passée au crible. Souvent critiquée pour son caractère utilitaire, le lien entre ces pouvoirs judiciaire et sécuritaire implique de nombreux enjeux, décortiqués par nos invité·es.
نوجه في هذه الحلقة من بودكاست قضاء على شفير العدالة أصابع الاتهام إلى علاقة القضاة بالأمنيين، نحاول .من خلال هذه الجلسة فهم هذه العلاقة التي تدور حولها تساؤلات أبرزها أن هذه العلاقة قائمة على المنفعية
Created by
Yacemine Dhaouadi
Editing, Mixing & Sound Design
Oussema Gaidi
Hathemi Smedhi

“In my 28 years of working as a lawyer, none of the law enforcement officers against whom I have pressed charges have ever been brought to justice.” This is what lawyer Hayet Jazzar stated while addressing the relationship between judges and law enforcement officers.

In the fourth session of the "On the brink of Justice" podcast, our guests discuss the overlapping powers in the relationship between law enforcement officers and judges, leading to a "judiciary-executive conflict.” In this episode, you will also learn about the breaches in this relationship that translate into an imbalance in the delivery of justice.

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Through the "On the brink of Justice" podcast, consisting of six episodes, we delve into the facts and realities of the judicial system and its relationship with the citizens and the executive branch. From there, we examine the length of litigation, infrastructure, the Code of Criminal Procedure, and the relationship between judges and law enforcement. The podcast will also address the recent dismissals of certain judges and the publication of new texts covering the functioning of the judiciary, such as the new constitution in its fifth chapter, which deals with the judicial function and the law on criminal reconciliation.

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