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Australia Coronavirus: Lawyers plead for the grouping of complaints against the Ehpad

16:01  23 may  2020
16:01  23 may  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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Lawyers asked on Saturday for the regrouping at the public health center of Marseille of complaints aimed at the management by the Ehpad of the coronavirus crisis, so that justice can "go back to economic and political decision-makers". "On behalf of the families we represent and in the name of a good organization of justice, we demand that the Minister of Justice decides to collect all criminal complaints from a single investigative center", for example "Marseille which has proved its worth in PIP or Levothyrox cases, ”plead Me Géraldine Adrai-Lachkar (Marseille Bar), Christophe Lèguevaques (Paris Bar) and François Ruhlmann ( Strasbourg Bar), in a forum published on Franceinfo.

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Accommodation establishments for dependent elderly people have been hit hard by the epidemic: the number of dead on May 14 crossed the symbolic threshold of 10,000. Three separate public prosecutor's offices (Grasse, Nanterre, Paris) have opened investigations since the end of March, notably for "endangering the lives of others", concerning the management of nursing homes where residents died following the epidemic.

Two competent jurisdictions

Since a law of 2002, two jurisdictions have an interregional competence specialized in health matter: these poles of public health are located in Paris, with competence on a large part of the national territory, and in Marseilles, with competence over a large southeast quarter. For these lawyers, the opening of investigations by three distinct prosecutor's offices could be "a procedural trap". They fear that escaping justice from "deliberate policies decided at the headquarters of listed companies that operate Ehpad", "the deficiency of the state and the negligence of regional health authorities (ARS)".

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This grouping "would be coherent, I asked for it several times", underlines Me Fabien Arakelian, who deposited 15 complaints before the parquet floors of Grasse and Nanterre having led to the opening of preliminary investigations. Me Fabrice di Vizio, who defends the group of C19 caregivers whose three members filed a complaint in late March before the Court of Justice of the Republic against Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and the former Minister of Health Agnès Buzyn, on the contrary estimated on Twitter that "a single jurisdiction is the best way to bury the case".

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