They move forward with the Law of the Judicial Branch

They move forward with the Law of the Judicial Branch
They move forward with the Law of the Judicial Branch

Agents from the Ministry of Defense participate in the tasks for the consolidation of the norm.

The Legal Digest Commission chaired by the legislator Carolina Vargas Aginasse The Ministry of Public Prosecutions and the Ministry of Defense met with representatives of the Ministry of Public Prosecutions and the Ministry of Defense at a Special Roundtable in order to advance the work to consolidate the Law of the Judicial Branch (No. 6,238). The current regulations have been amended more than 60 times (more than 187 articles, but each one with numerous subsections) in the last decade, so these tasks are carried out in an articulated manner through a Special Inter-Power Roundtable in charge of Roque Tobias Alvarez.

The Justicialist parliamentarian highlighted the benefits that having an updated Legal Digest will generate for the Judiciary. “It means being able to resolve cases more efficiently. Judicial agents can quickly consult the relevant laws without having to search in multiple outdated or unclear sources,” she said.

The work plan of the Legal Digest commission was presented

Judicial officials participated in the working table Maria del Carmen Veiga, Gabriela Granito, Maria of the Angels Picon, Noelia Cecilia Diaz y Ana Magdalena Navarro Vittarand the official Gustavo Ponce MolinaRepresentatives of the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJT) and the Public Prosecutor’s Office (MPF) are also part of the working group for the consolidation of this law.

Protagonism

The Judicial Branch Law has taken center stage in recent months due to the reform that was passed to grant prerogatives to assistant prosecutors and criminal judges, but which was partially vetoed by the Executive Branch.

 
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