The National Electoral Council (CNE for its Spanish acronym) until Friday afternoon reported having reviewed more than a hundred records of candidates for the contest to replace the Council for Citizen Participation (CPC for its Spanish acronym). This is the first filter to determine how many of the 242 registered will pass to the qualification phase of merit.
The CNE has a period of ten days to analyze the resumés, according to the schedule of the competition, said the chairman of the Committee to Support the CNE, René Maugé.
Maugé added that the process verifies the fulfilling of the requirements as the fact of being an Ecuadorian citizen, among others, as the authenticity of documents submitted (degrees, employment certificates, and more).
The Support Committee is responsible for selecting the teachers who developed the opposition test the candidates will take. The deadline for universities to present nominations expires on March 13 but there is no one yet registered.