PORT-AU-PRINCE — Nearly 30 magistrate judges were expelled from Haiti’s judicial system last week over their suspected links to corruption and for lacking moral integrity. Judge Garry Orélien, former prosecutor in charge of the investigation into the assassination of former President Jovenel Moïse, and Jacques Lafontant, the government’s prosecutor for the Port-au-Prince area, are among the 30 judges whose judicial certifications were not renewed Jan. 16.
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