The 4T government has implemented several actions and policies to try to improve access to justice in the country. Here is a list of the most notable actions:
- Reform of the justice system: The government has promoted a reform of the justice system with the aim of strengthening its efficiency and combating corruption. This means improving judicial processes, increasing transparency and ensuring greater accountability.
- Promotion of social justice: The 4T has sought to promote social justice as a fundamental pillar of its agenda. Programs and policies focused on guaranteeing access to justice for vulnerable groups, such as indigenous peoples, women, youth, and marginalized communities, have been implemented.
- Fight against impunity: The government has established strategies to combat impunity and corruption in the justice system. This implies investigating and punishing public officials involved in illegal acts, strengthening control and supervision mechanisms, and promoting greater collaboration between the institutions in charge of justice.
- Strengthening of the public defender: Actions have been implemented to strengthen the public defender and guarantee that all people have access to adequate legal representation, especially those who cannot afford private legal services. This implies increasing the budget allocated to the public defender's office and improving the quality of the services offered.
- Promotion of mediation and alternative methods of conflict resolution: The use of mediation and other alternative methods of conflict resolution has been encouraged to relieve congestion in the courts and expedite the administration of justice. This seeks a faster and more efficient solution for citizens, avoiding the unnecessary prolongation of litigation.