Assemblmen Abdala (Dalo) Bucaram (PRE) and Lourdes Tibán (PK) presented yesterday to the Citizen Participation Council (CPC) their objections to Carlos Ochoa, first of the three candidates for the office Superintendent of Information.
On the second day that phase of the selection process, Bucaram qualify to be a “overlapped contest” by President Rafael Correa, who, according to the legislator, “manipulated the time for Ochoa to meet one of the regulatory requirements, like have 10 years of experience and academic qualification.”
Buckram ensures that Ochoa has no integrity or independence to be a regulatory authority due months earlier he expressed his preference for the ruling party, PAIS, and “strongly criticized the private media who do not share or do not obey the government”.
On the other hand, Lourdes Tibán said the triplet, presented by Correa, does not respect the principle of multiculturalism and lacks legitimacy and legality since the Communications Law does not set requirements for candidacy. She also ensure that Ochoa Ochoa lacks probity and suitability fixed in advance because his critic.