Promote the academic exchange between professionals and law students, and contribute to the resolution of conflicts in legal affairs were the fundamental purposes of the 16th Scientific Conference, held at the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office of Matanzas and included in the plan of activities provided by the institution in greeting to the Worker’s Day of the sector, which is celebrated every June 8, in honor of the date when Major Ignacio Agramante y Loynaz obtained his degree in Law.
The usual contest was presented on this occasion 19 papers, mostly from the host entity, the People’s Court and the University Camilo Cienfuegos, with a large participation of students and professors of law.
Topics of interest such as confronting the phenomenon of prostitution and the crimes of procuring, corruption of minors and drug trafficking, tax evasion, the crime of homicide due to medical negligence, the elderly and self-employment were addressed in the works presented before the three courts authorized in the event to deal with criminal, civil and mixed matters.
Interesting results were also due to their complexity and scientific rigor, the investigations referred to the role of the prosecutor in the summary process of determining custody and care of the minor and communication regime; childhood and family conflicts; the integrated system of statistical management in the Office of the Prosecutor and the one related to environmental law and protected areas.
With the categories of awards and mentions were recognized the authors of the six best papers selected by the members of the respective courts, who highlighted the quality of the work and their contributions to the improvement of the work of the Office of the Prosecutor.
“It really is very valuable that each year there is more presence of university students who bring more and more useful topics to our day, including lectures equipped with new tools to be more effective the work of the prosecutor”, stressed the fiscal expert María Esther Alfonzo Muñoz, who joined the Mixed Court.
A similar assessment offered Radio 26 the young prosecutor Lisandra Denis Hernández, author of one of the winning papers:
“The scientific day is a professional challenge because it calls us to the constant improvement and self-preparation, especially in the current times, to be in tune with the various legislative changes that take place in the country. This is the third day I attend as a speaker and for me it is a formidable space for learning and feedback this exchange of criteria and experiences among which we are already professionals, the most veteran specialists and university students, “said the head of the Department of Information and Analysis of the Office of the Prosecutor.
Likewise, Daisy Ramírez Naranjo, Provincial Chief Prosecutor who presided over the meeting and the laborious Matanzas jurist and university professor Osvaldo Álvarez Torres, as lecturer and guest, described as current and novel the research presented in the Conference that today is consolidated as prelude to the fourth scientific territorial event, which will be held on June 18 in Pinar del Río and where representatives of the prosecutors of the western provinces will meet.