The work done for nine years within the communities of the Puna island pays off, -something that perhaps- Anderson Chavez Perez did not expect.
At 28, this graduated from Philosophy specializing in medium level Literature is -from yesterday- the new Judge of peace of the Puna island, a rural parish of Guayaquil.
A historic appointment for more than 6,000 inhabitants of the island, who were in charge of choosing the civil servant among 25 people nominated for the office.
What do you expect from him? To resolve family problems, troublea of land conflicts, that wages and salaries do not exceed the five basic wages, neighborhood conflicts, among other internal difficulties.
Visibly moved, Chavez received +yesterday morning -the certificate accrediting him as Judge of peace. The chairman of the Judicial Council, Gustavo Jalkh, was the one who handed the document in a ceremony in which other 59 judges of the different instances of the Provincial Court of Guayas, and 61 notaries nationwide took office.
The event was attended by the governor of Guayas, Julio Cesar Quinonez; the State Attorney General, Galo Chiriboga; members of the CJ, among other national and local authorities.
According to the head of the Judiciary, with the newly appointed authorities, the province increased to 406 the number of judges, where the procedural burden represents the 25 percent nationally.