Memorandum of Understanding in judicial matters established by Barbados and Cuba

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Sir Marston Gibson, president of the Supreme Court of Justice of Barbados, and Rubén Remigio Ferro, president of the Supreme People's Court, sign the Memorandum of Understanding. Photo: Ana Iris Mariño Balmaseda

Memorandum of Understanding in judicial matters established by Barbados and Cuba

September 26th, 2018
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Ana Iris Mariño Balmaseda

The president of the Supreme People's Court, Rubén Remigio Ferro, and the president of the Supreme Court of Justice of Barbados, Sir Marston Gibson, signed a Memorandum of Understanding on judicial matters on Wednesday, which will enable cooperation on issues of mutual interest.
This memorandum, first established between these institutions, will strengthen ties, because in the Caribbean we are diverse nations, both leaders said.
Before initialling the document, they held official talks on similarities and differences in the judicial systems of each country, structures, competencies, judicial independence, institutional values ​​and quality criteria in the delivery of justice, among other topics.
From this Tuesday, Sir Gibson makes an official visit that will last until September 28. The program includes the holding of a keynote lecture at the Faculty of Law of the University of Havana, tour of courts in the province of Ciego de Ávila and the Caribbean community based in Baraguá, one of its municipalities.

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Photo: Ana Iris Mariño Balmaseda

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Sir Marston Gibson exchanges with judges from the Chamber of Crimes Against State Security. Photo: Ana Iris Mariño Balmaseda

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