The presidents of the higher courts denounce that the current justice system is "totally overcome"

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The presidents of the Superior Courts of Justice have denounced at their annual meeting, held on this occasion on the island of The Palm“their concern about the general situation of justice” and their “serious problems of efficiency and organization”.

In the conclusions of the XVIII Conference of presidents of the TSJ, held from last Monday until today, the magistrates maintain that “the current justice system is completely outdated and a profound reform of it is urgently needed.” “We could almost talk about the need to refound it: Justice, its constitutional design, the institutional fit of its governing body (CGPJ), its real or apparent politicization and, of course, the organizational and structural deficits that have weighed it down for years. decades” need to be modified according to the highest judicial authorities of each autonomous community.

Likewise, the robes emphasize two events, “of singular relevance”, which in their opinion “put Justice at risk of paralysis or collapse.” On the one hand, the challenges pending year after year and, on the other, the current serious situation of conflict due to strikes and the serious deterioration of the public service of Justice.

In addition, regarding the continuous strikes by officials of the Justice administration -First it was the lawyers and now the managers, processors and assistants are supporting the strike- the magistrates stress their “enormous concern” for the “seriousness of the current situation of conflict, with significant suspension of trials and other types of procedural actions, and enormous harm to citizens.”

On the other hand, the presidents of the TSJ of Spain insist on “the need for the pending reforms: the legislative projects for organizational, procedural and digital improvement and the institutional crisis of the CGPJ, with the collapse in judicial appointments. The bills of Organizational, Procedural and Digital Efficiency have once again been frustrated in their parliamentary process, preventing the materialisation, among other measures, of more efficient management and organization formulas, as well as measures to streamline processes, technology and complementary means of conflict resolution”.

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