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Justice is badly managed according to the Court of Auditors


Archaic judicial map, non-existent human resources and phantom investments ... A note curls the functioning of the institution.

Poorly organized, poorly evaluated and under-equipped.

The structural note of the Court of Auditors on French justice, published on October 21, is timely as the institution launches its States General.

The wise men of rue Cambon, who had already drawn up an uncompromising assessment in 2018, provide a reminder on its dysfunctions: justice

"needs less to be reformed than to be managed"

, strikes the note.

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And in fact, despite a real budgetary effort between 2011 and 2022,

"an increase of 22%"

in ten years, the evils of justice remain the same.

First black point raised by the Court of Auditors, the anachronism of the territorial establishment of the courts of appeal.

It does not

"correspond to any consistency with the other maps of France of the administration"

, recognizes moreover for several years Céline Parisot, president of the Union Syndicale des Magistrates.

Unnecessary complications

A map of the courts of appeal

"whose foundations date back to the Ancien Régime"

, notes the Court of Auditors.

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Source: lefigaro

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