Public attorney questions 'improper justification' of ruling against Decree
For the attorney Luis A. Huerta Guerrero, three judges delivered sentence without reasoning against a rule by Produce. (Photo: Produce)
A State attorney has presented a complaint at the Judiciary’s supervisory bodies against three members due to the "improper justification" of their ruling against a supreme decree managing the anchovy fishery. Meanwhile, the Fisheries Deputy Minister warned that if the precautionary measure presented by a fishing organization is approved, "serious damage will be caused to different marine species breeding zones."
The public attorney specializing in constitutional issues Luis Alberto Huerta Guerrero, filed a complaint at the Judiciary’s supervisory bodies against the judges Carbajal Portocarrero, Jaeger Requejo and Vidal Ccanto -- members of the Fourth Civil Division of the Superior Court of Lima --, for issuing a ruling without the due justification.
The attorney stressed that a ruling without reasoning is a very serious offence, in reference to the ruling of the Fourth Civil Court on the unconstitutionality character of paragraph 2.2 ...
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