By Ramiro Orías
- Judicial Crisis
The Judiciary in Panama is in the midst of a serious and prolonged crisis. While it is not new, it has worsened noticeably within the past year due to reports of corruption, back-and-forth accusations, and power struggles among the Justices of the Supreme Court (CSJ). These events have led to a climate of institutional destabilization and the low public credibility of the Court, which has lost the political leadership it should possess.