In a statement, the National Association of Haitian Magistrates (ANAMAH) condemns acts of intimidation and anonymous appeals against magistrate Windelle Coq, a judge at the Court of Cassation. Note that recently the magistrates of the court of cassation postponed the swearing-in ceremony of the nine (9) members of the new Provisional Electoral Council-despite this postponement-the President of the Republic Jovenel Moïse proceeded to the installation of the new CEP.
Indeed, the ANAMAH calls on the National Police of Haiti to guarantee the safety of the judge, member of the highest judicial body of the country.
Let us recall that article 194.2 of the Constitution in force stipulates, before taking office, the members of the Provisional Electoral Council must take an oath before the Court of Cassation. Various sectors of national life are crying out loud and qualifying the new CEP installed without taking an oath as a CEP which was set up without agreement and in violation of the mother law.
Jacky M. Fontaine
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