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The criminal reconciliation law and the chapter on the judicial function included in the 2022 constitution are a mere translation of the President of the Republic's unilateral vision of justice, as they were not subject to the participatory principle, according to the speakers in this session.
The latter challenge the authoritarian nature of these two texts, referring to the first as "a criminal reconciliation law that violates the principles of accountability, revelation of the truth and non-recurrence," and to the second as "a constitution that nullifies all safeguards.
This session of "On the brink of Justice" examines the extent to which the shift from an authority to a function guarantees the independence of judges from the authority employing them, and the extent to which such legislation safeguards the principles of a fair and swift judiciary.
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