TSJ visita al Palacio de Justicia para evaluar su labor

TSJ visits the Palace of Justice to evaluate its work

As part of the process of reorganizing the Venezuelan Judiciary, the authorities of the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) visited the Palace of Justice of the Metropolitan Area of ​​Caracas, to supervise the work carried out by these instances.

The president of the highest court, Gladys María Gutiérrez, and the head of the Judicial Criminal Circuit, Lisbeth Hernández, toured the control and trial courts, the appeals courts, the Judicial Circuit for Crimes of Violence against Women in Caracas, the Unit Reception of Documents and the file and bailiff area.

Gutiérrez listened to the proposals of the judicial servants in favor of the optimization of the Judicial Power and recognized the work they carry out, as well as that of the officials of the ministry and the Public Defense.

Likewise, he assured that the TSJ will work to strengthen permanent contact with these instances and provide the support they require. He also shared with the current interns and urged them to work responsibly and ethically, as the next generation of the Justice System.

On the other hand, the authorities of the TSJ carried out an evaluation of the system of distribution of files to the different courts at the national level, consulted the statistics and reviewed the jurisdictional work of the Palace of Justice.

During his visit, Gutiérrez toured the Office of the Ministry for the Penitentiary Service that operates from the Palace of Justice and spoke with the workers, reminding them of the TSJ’s commitment to carry out coordinated and mutually beneficial work with the aforementioned office.

He also highlighted the importance of coordinated work among all court officials, who guarantee citizens an effective, efficient and fast service at the Palace of Justice.


Source: AVN

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