Case No. 24/2017: Venezuelan Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ)
Legal Requirement to National Assembly of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
July 26th, 2017
The Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights requests Mr. Julio Borges that the National Assembly annuls the creation of a Supreme Tribunal of Justice that is parallel to the official Supreme Tribunal of Justice. Although it is probably an idea with very good intentions, in reality this would be a provocation for the dictatorship of Mr. Nicolás Maduro makes arbitrary arrests against the justices of the parallel Supreme Tribunal of Justice by alleging the crime of usurpation of public functions.
The Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) has been sentenced by our Buddhist Tribunal for crimes of VIOLATION OF THE DEMOCRATIC CONSTITUTIONAL STATE OF LAW AND VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW. The Buddhist Tribunal has also ruled that Mr. Nicolás Maduro is responsible for “Coup d’état” and “Crimes against Humanity”. Therefore, the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights recommends taking a juridical Path much more appropriate than creating a parallel court, since actually the Venezuelan parliament should create a “Venezuelan Human Rights Court”, which should have the function of investigating and sentencing Human rights violations committed by both the Venezuelan President and the Venezuelan Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ). This idea would be the most correct and adequate way for the Venezuelan people.
Always with spirit of reconciliation (maitri),
Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha
President and Judge of the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights