Sport Poll. A Frenchman about two doubt of justice
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Justice is in crisis and it has not escaped the French. The institution does not collect the confidence of 54% of them, according to an IFOP survey commissioned by the Paris Bar, which we publish. Thus she arrives in front of the media (28%) or elected officials (34%), but far behind the school or police (79%). And 65% of respondents consider it to work badly. Why?
auditioned Thursday morning by Jean-Marc Sauvé and his independent committee for the general states of justice, the new baton of Paris, Julie Couturier, explained that the first objective should be that any case can be "resolved", and this " in reasonable delays ". The 49-year-old civil lawyer insisted on the main cause of these dysfunctions: the issue of resources. Based on the fact that, according to the IFOP, 70% of the French feel that justice has "not sufficient means to do its work", the robbery has denounced "the lack of magistrates and clerks "
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"Certainly, there has been a substantial effort of rising justice budget but the justiciable does not see it," added me Couturier. Only 16% of respondents consider that the credits allocated to this institution are rising. Due to their distribution: these sums focus first on the development of digital or prisons. Believing the survey, for the French, priorities should be assisting victims and the recruitment of staff.Request for "Simplifications"
Julie Couturier is pleased that his corporation has a much better image than the judicial institution: 76% of French people are satisfied with the services of their council. This concerns those who have appealed to a lawyer because 60% are depriving, considering that this service is "too expensive". The legal aid system, which allows those who earn less than 1,000 euros monthly to be reimbursed from all of their legal costs, is unknown to half of the respondents.
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In the middle of the presidential campaign, Parisian lawyers want to weigh. As "Defenders of Rights", continues Julie Couturier, while the sanitary crisis nibbles freedoms. But also as a force of influence with the various candidates, so that justice finally becomes "a priority site of the state", which it has never been. Among their requests, according to me designer, a "moratorium on reforms" and the "simplification measures tend to complicate the law", the time to recruit and train enough magistrates to apply them.
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