International observers that are going to participate in the restructuring process of justice in Ecuador met this weekend with officials of the Citizenship Council and the Transitional Judicial Council (TJC) to sign the record of commitment to their work.
The International Oversight is headed by Baltasar Garzón (Spain), other observers are Juan Luis Mejía Integrates (Colombia), Marigen Hornkohl Venegas (Chile), Porfirio Muñoz Ledo (Mexico), Carolina Escobar (Guatemala), Marco Aurelio Garcia (Brazil), Rafael Follonier (Argentina).
The observers will review the content and development of the questionnaires taken on Saturday November 26th by the judges that are currently participating in the contest. The International members will do their work along with help given by a consultancy specialized in the psychological area.
There are about 700 questions in the content of the three tests applied to the judges in the contest (Learning Style, Competencies and Psico-juridic knowledge). Among the questions that caught the attention of the judges who took the test on Saturday are
Would you like to be a journalist?; Do you think that the only interesting part of newspapers are the cartoons of the comic section?; How do you like to read the crime news written in the newspapers?; Do you think people read the editorials?; Is your sex life satisfactory?