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Dr Lewis, added: "Following this example, the CSJ have made a number of recommendations to a whole systems approach, including all schools becoming 'Heathy Zones',' including obesity rates in Ofsted reports, healthy areas around schools and making sure the Sport Premium money available to primary schools does not focus on sporty children.
The country's leading political parties, ARENA and the FMLN, were noticeably uncomfortable with the bombshell CSJ ruling.
All three publications are guided by a belief in the importance of what the CSJ calls 'pathways to poverty': family breakdown, educational failure, worklessness and economic dependence, addictions and indebtedness.
The situation took another turn, this one very much unexpected, on April 22 when the CSJ made two particularly transcendent decisions.
89] "A fines del Siglo XIX, surgen las doctrinas del 'riesgo profesional' (risque professionnel, RAYMOND SALEILLES [1855-1912]), 'riesgo creado' (risque cree, LOUIS JOSSERAND [1868-1941]), 'riesgo beneficio', 'riesgo de empresa' y postula la responsabilidad, no por culpa, sino por la asuncion de una empresa o una actividad riesgosa en contraprestacion al beneficio que de ella se recibe (ubi emolumentum ibi onus o ubi commoda ibi et incommoda ocuius commodae ius incommoda esse debet), bien por equidad, en tanto, el deber surgiria ex lege para quien genera el riesgo, dispone de una cosa, ejerce su gobierno o tiene su control": CSJ civil.
David Bird, from Pentrebane, Cardiff, won the two-dog male category at the inaugural CSJ CanineMax CaniX World Championships
David Bird competing at the CSJ CanineMax World Championships at Pembrey
Methadone can be a way of stabilising chaotic drug users, but we found evidence that it is being used to keep a lid on problems," said Christian Guy, director of the CSJ.
The CSJ warned of a "tsunami" of family breakdown and accused the Government of a "feeble" response to the problem and of turning a blind eye to its commitment to promote family stability.
Christian Guy, managing director of the CSJ, said: "Our research has uncovered a shocking underworld in which children and adults, many of them UK citizens, have been forced into lives of utter degradation.
But the CSJ - set up by Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith - warned that the numbers were just the tip of an iceberg.
CSJ managing director Christian Guy said, "Our research has uncovered a shocking underworld in which children and adults, many of them UK citizens, have been forced into lives of utter degradation.