Several reflections over universal justice
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The idea of universal justice suggests a justice that includes both the trial and complementary activity of tracking and enforcement of judgments exercised by a single state whose organs would make abstraction of where the crime was committed, of the nature of the crime but as well of the way in which the fact was incriminated and punished under national laws. Understood in this very broad way, universal justice is synonymous with justice globally performed, expression of global solidarity of community members and their interest to protect the essential values of the world community. Today this idea is not a distant prospect but a becoming reality even in our eyes.
- 2009 fascicula22