Always fair justice warrants sustainable peace. Those who disturb peace don't stay in society. they are isolated by fair justice.
i agree that justice can be a tool to maintain peace because when there comes injustice in resolving conflicts, people don't feel comfortable
Fair justice is the key for conflict resolution
If there is no justice the peace one is longing for is not sustained. This implies that peace and justice always go together.
@mutabazi how can one forgive and forget without having justice. it's not easy.
I agree too to this argument because I think that justice is the real key for peace... when there is justice people trust each other, they share everything and there is no fight between them. this can lead to peace and this also show that justice and peace are always together
I agree that peace and justice go together. When people do not feel they are being treated fair by the authority power, they have not peace of mind. The loss of confidence in the authority's judgement can trigger reaction that might disrupt peace in the country. So they you go. To build a sustainable peaceful environment in an ideal country, would require to build institution that protect justice. I think that's what everyone should fight for.
Balancing peace and justice has been a key moral issue for international criminal law. Should individuals always be prosecuted, or can justice be traded away for peace? Is it merely a chicken-or-egg scenario, therefore which, if any, has to come first?
Peace and justice may mean different things to different people, and different people will have different goals. But is justice necessary in order to maintain a long-lasting peace?
What do you think?
my argument is that if justice fails to to take into consideration reconciliation and unity it can not bring about long lasting peace
I really oppose that
sometimes its always good to forgive and forget, so i think peace can be attained without fair justice