Against an imperfect system

It was one of those days when we have to divide between two or three courts in as many different places. We go with our girls, victims of trafficking to trials, to sit in front of the courts often unable to give quick solutions in rather than obvious cases. This time one team was in Pitesti, another in Oradea. Two teams accompanying two victims of trafficking, minors, put face to face with the traffickers served by an army of lawyers. We fight in court, we struggle with an imperfect system that keeps processes that lasts more than eight years and all this when we talk about life that we want to rebuild, and whom teh Romanian justice reminds, several times in one year, a past that they at least strive to make it forgotten.

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