For its part, the Superior Council of the Judiciary, an entity also belonging to the judicial branch, showed its support for the magistrates who were affected by the protests.
The Superior Council of the Judiciary emphatically rejects interference with the fulfillment of the functions constitutionally assigned to the supreme court of justice, which constitute a serious threat to the independence of justice and the separation of powers.
Furthermore, this entity He also called for calm and asked that the blockages that occurred at the time be resolved peacefully.
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In addition to these two entities, the Council of State He also spoke out after the events that were happening in the Palace of Justice became known.
The rule of law is based on the guarantees of people’s rights, the separation of powers, the principle of legality, independence and judicial autonomy.
The Council of State, in addition, stresses the importance of ensuring that the three branches of power function independently and have no intervention over another.
It is worth emphasizing that, from the presidency, It was assured that the protesters who were in the courthouse were not part of the marches called by the presidentsince these were in the bunker of the Attorney General’s Office of the nation.