The plaque "Traces to Remember" was unveiled at the Ministry of Public Security, and the photographic exhibition The Holocaust was presented.
The first document of the proposals resulting from the work of CUMIPAZ, focused on peace, security and sustainability, was read in the Parlatino.
Specialists impart their knowledge on human dignity and rights. Second panel of the Justice and Democracy Session of CUMIPAZ 2017.
With the aim of raising awareness about violations of human rights
"Where to investigate? and who to judge? are probably the two most important questions that must be answered by the Court," Ania Salinas
In their participation, Rafaa Ben Achour said that risk assessment was important through policymakers and NGOs
"Investigating a genocide, for example, requires the collaboration of States, and many times the States themselves are perpetrators of the genocidal atrocity," Camilo Montoya
The presentations were developed as part of the Justice and Democracy Session of CUMIPAZ 2017-Panama
Proposals were presented on justice, democracy, and human rights to prevent genocide, among other things
Judge of the African Court of Human Rights, Rafaa Ben Achour and Camilo Montoya Reyes, magistrate of the Superior Council of the Judiciary of Colombia
At the headquarters of the Latin American Parliament in Panama City, judicial authorities from the Americas and Africa presented proposals on justice
At a Judicial Session, experts discuss international cooperation in the prevention of genocidal acts in the world.
Meeting between the director general of GEAP, Gabriela Lara and José Ayú Prado Canals, president of the Supreme Court of Justice, Panama
"I feel privileged to be here, that by whims of destiny I have been given the opportunity to be in front of you, in my country," Ayú
"Can there be peace without justice? Can there be democracy without justice? Can there be justice without democracy? All this is intertwined: peace, justice, democracy "
This will be the first success of this event: the improvement of all of us as a person and as an inhabitant of this planet.
The president of the court, expresses that through justice and democracy we can protect what belongs to us all: Mother Earth and the public treasury.
José Ayú Prado Canals, President of the Supreme Court of Justice of Panama, participated in the ceremony to open the Justice and Democracy Session of CUMIPAZ 2017, held in the Hemicycle of the Latin American Parliament in Panama City.
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