Law Meeting Continues in Cuba

Havana, May 24 (Prensa Latina) With the participation of some 900 delegates from Cuba and other countries, the exchange of experts at the 9th International Justice and Law Meeting is making progress today in this capital.

Today’s program includes a keynote speech by Italy’s Attorney General Pier Luigi Maria, a paper by French legal consultant Hector Dominique, and a speech by Wenceslao Olea, judge at the Supreme Court of Spain.

Caridad Valdes, professor at the University of Havana’s Law Faculty, participated on the Cuban side with a speech on the civil protection of the inherent rights of the personality.

Issues such as the legal protection of people with disabilities, the right in the workplace, steps towards a judicial gender strategy and the challenges of economic law, especially in Cuba, will be also addressed.

About 30 countries are participating in the meeting, including Bolivia, Ecuador, Sweden, Russia, the United States, Venezuela and South Africa.

Personalities such as Dr. Sergio Foa, professor at the University of Turin, Italy; Professor Roberto Viciano, from the University of Valencia, Spain; and the director of the Center for Studies in Criminal Policy and Criminal Sciences of Mexico, Moises Moreno, are also attending the event.

According to the president of the People’s Supreme Court of Cuba, Ruben Remigio, the congress is ratified as a scientific-juridical space of great prestige in the national and international scope.

The International Justice and Law Meeting 2018 was opened yesterday in the presence of Cuban President, Miguel Diaz-Canel, and will last until Friday, May 25, with a varied program of activities.

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