International Event on Justice and Law Concludes in Cuba

Havana, May 25 (Prensa Latina) The 9th International Justice and Law Meeting, in which hundreds of delegates from 27 countries are participating, is concluding today after three days of debates and exchange among judicial system operators of the attending nations.

The event, opened by Cuban President, Miguel Diaz-Canel, is, according to its organizers, a scientific-juridical space of great prestige in the national and international scope.

Constitutional law, the rights of children and people with disabilities, gender approaches and administrative rights, are among the main issues discussed during these days.

The Cuban side also granted special relevance to issues such as population aging, the alternatives of agreements between family conflicts and gender problems.

The event was also a space to denounce abuses committed in many regions of the planet in the areas of law and justice.

‘War conflicts, increased violence and insecurity, migratory crisis, environmental disasters, terrorist actions and the rise of transnational crime are afflicting humanity,’ the president of the People’s Supreme Court (TSP) of Cuba, Ruben Remigio Ferro, said.

While we are participating in this congress, the planet is shaken by disastrous events, the jurist stated at the opening ceremony of the meeting.

The event also made possible the signing of agreements, such as the memorandum of understanding signed yesterday between the TSP and the International Legal Assistance Consortium, based in Sweden.

Some of its objectives are to promote exchange and technical and professional cooperation, and encourage the establishment of a bilateral commission to develop joint actions that contribute to foster training and improvement in both institutions.

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