Rosatti called for an “intelligent and rational” dialogue with the Government and Congress

Rosatti called for an “intelligent and rational” dialogue with the Government and Congress
Rosatti called for an “intelligent and rational” dialogue with the Government and Congress


The president of the Supreme Court of Justice, Horacio Rosatti, called for an “intelligent and rational” relationship with the Executive Branch and Congressconsidering that the relationship between the courts is always “complex and tense” with the representative powers.

The judge, who also presides over the Judicial Council, inaugurated today at the Palace of Justice the Assembly of the Latin American Federation of Magistrates (FLAM) in an event where he highlighted the importance of dialogue between powers, judicial independence and the use of clear language. Delegates from different countries participating in the 71st FLAM Assembly and the meeting of the Ibero-American Group of the International Union of Magistrates (UIM) participate.

“I hope that these days will be a fruitful task and that the values ​​of the division of powers and the independence of Justice will continue to be defended, as the judges organized at the national and international level do,” said Rosatti.

He pointed out that there is in the region two challenges: the “complex and sometimes tense” relationship with the representative powers within a republican system and the need for judges to express themselves clearly so that their messages are better understood by society..

Regarding the first axis, he highlighted the importance of institutional dialogue“which does not mean interference in the powers of the other power, but an intelligent and rational connection”.

He urged judges to adopt the paradigm of “expressive clarity.” In that sense, he said: “We must not forget that law, in addition to being a science, is the discipline that tells the entire population – not just the legal sphere – what is allowed and prohibited. Nothing better than doing it with plain language

And he concluded: “We can be closer to the community if we interpret the rules with a current meaning and if we say what we have to say in accessible language. Trying to make ourselves understand more and communicate better with other powers and with society is a duty that we judges have so that the complexity of our task is better understood.”

Among those present were the president of FLAM, Adriana Oruco; its 1st vice president, Marcelo Gallo-Tagle; the president of the UIM, Hard Sessa; and his 1st vice president and president of the Ibero-American Group, Walter Barone.

Also attending were the vice president of the Judicial Council, Agustina Díaz Cordero; the president of the Association of Magistrates and National Justice Officials, Andres Bassoand members of the board of directors of said entity.

The activity of the FLAM continued with a visit to the headquarters of the Association of Magistrates and Officials of the National Justice, prior to the start of the Assembly, which meets at the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange and at the Hilton Hotel in Puerto Madero.

The agenda includes the analysis of a report on the situation of the judicial powers in the countries that are part of the FLAM, the election of authorities for the period 2024-2026 and the institution of the “Miguel Ángel Caminos” award to promote the contest on related works. with judicial independence and associativism.


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