Article 52 of Haiti’s Constitution details the civic duties of citizens.

I am interested to learn more about the court system in Haiti, for instance the civic duty of being on a jury. How often does this happen? What is the average day in the life of a judge in Haiti?

While searching for more information I was led to the post below, but unfortunately it is from 1995. I can’t help but wonder how outdated the information is, or worse, how much of it still applies. If Judicial reform is needed in Haiti, who better to lead that front then us?

The website for the National Coalition for Haitian Rights discusses many topics, but unfortunately the email to contact the authors does not work. This leads me to believe that the coalition is no longer together.

http://www.nchr.org/nchr/hrp/jud_reform_eng.htm

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