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The Laws And The Justice


The Laws And The Justice

I have always said: “For justice to be blind, the Laws should have an excellent sight.” Unless we have good Laws we are not in a position to hope for justice, and justice is what we expect, what we are fighting for and what we should tend to.


Unfortunately, during the last few years we have been facing a number of legislative texts that – no sooner they leave the minds of our lawgivers, they clash with the wall of lack of ways and possibilities to be implemented and incorporated into the legal system. Then such laws, gradually and silently start being circumvented as if they had never been adopted at all.


Such destiny will, for sure, strike the newly adopted Public Notaries Profession and Activities Act, and this will mean a large number of problems that we, who are predestined to bring justice to the people – shall face with without a way to solve them either easily or quickly.


Yet, there is a great difference between the laws generally inapplicable and impossible to implement – and that difference lies in the fact that this Act will create problems to non-jurists, too – to citizens and laymen in general. Now, imagine a peasant whom you should explain that from now on he will not be able to transfer the ownership of a patch of land,  or of a field into his son’s property (though, truth to tell, when it comes to law matters I do not like the word “easily”), but instead, he is now compelled to travel to the nearest major town or city – and that this transaction will, from now onwards, cost him the amount of money that buys the yearlong quantity of fertilizers for his fields. Or, imagine, on the other hand, a Professor, a JD, who will, from now on, be deprived of his right to compose a contract, but has to ask for a notary’s jurisprudential expertise to do that. Though the above examples are completely different from each other, they still do have one thing in common: neither the aforesaid peasant, nor the aforesaid Professor Juris Doctor enjoy their right of CHOICE. And the right to choose is an acquis démocratique, the traditionally established democratic right guaranteed in all the “democracies“. This means that we, citizens, are and should be and must be entitled to CHOOSE whom we are going to trust, who is going to represent us, who is going to advise us in need, who will defend us and who is to put our will onto the sheet of paper and make a text formally named „a contract“


By introduction of the legal institute of NOTARY PUBLIC – the way our lawgivers have prescribed that procedure – we are all deprived of the said RIGHT OF CHOICE and we are all, by force of the Law, compelled to have our vitally important legal transactions done by notaries public, i.e. we are compelled to have these legal transactions of ours done by a very narrow „inner circle“ of people, and then here we are faced with the case where there is no freedom anymore; it is not democracy, either – you all know what it is is not for ME to remind you!


That is the reason why I, though at the end of this text, am back to the very beginning: to that Statue of Justice, to that Statue of the Blind Woman, the one that the majority of us have on our office tables, and I do hereby advise and send the serious message to all of us: Let us open the four eyes that we do not have and let us BE HER DEFENDERS, ADVOCATES and REPRESENTATIVES – once and for all!


Author: Aleksandar N. Djordjevic 






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U večitom mraku jedna sveća nije svetlost nego nada.

Tužna je činjenica da borba za opšti interes može uspeti jedino ako je on u saglasnosti sa privatnim interesom onog koji tu borbu vodi.

Zbog toga se na kraju ponovo vraćam na početak , na Pravdu, na onu statuu slepe žene što je većina nas ima na svojim radnim stolovima i poručujem nam svima: Otvorimo četvoro oči i budimo njeni branioci uvek i za sva vremena.

Ja imam samo reči. Njima branim, zastupam i od njih živim. One su moja snaga moj najveći dar. Probaću rečima uvaženo veće da doprem do Vas kako biste doneli pravilnu i zakonitu presudu. Naspram mene stoji stena. Brižljivo isklesana od strane tužioca do najsitnijeg detalja. Na toj steni sve je savršeno. Pravilne je boje, oblika i takve visine da zaklanja pogled na ono što se nalazi iza nje. A iza nje je istina. Da bi nju videli moramo se mi izdići iznad očiglednosti pa naš pogled usmeriti ka nečemu što se na toj steni odmah ne primećuje. Moramo pogledati dole, na sam početak, a ka jednoj maloj pukotini! Ona nije tu voljom optužbe, iako deluje da je deo klesanog mozaika tužioca. Kada je spoznamo biće nam jasno da je ta stena šuplja i da ju je dovoljno samo pogurati da se ona kao kula od karata obruši i nestane otvarajući nam tako pogled ka istini! Tu istinu tražim da vidite, ne radi mene ili mog branjenika već zarad pravičnosti. Prepoznajte istinu! Donesite oslobađajuću presudu!

Godinama čuvam tuđe tišine branim ih galamom.