The forgotten Judicial Council of Transition (CJT) used over $ 400 millions during the 18 months of the judicial reform. The money came from $ 600 million that was given by the Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, for the restructuring of justice.
$ 100 million were spent in 2011 and $ 350 million in 2012, this represents nearly 90% of execution as it was pointed out yesterday by the leaving vocals, Tania Arias and Fernando Yavar during their accountability report.
According to the report of November 12, 2012, prepared by the general director of the CJT, Mauricio Jaramillo, who stated that for this axis were assigned 217’245 $ 259.93, with an expenditure of $ 44’051.127,16 and contractual accrual advances of $ 55’596 956.24. Additionally, the document states that on that date 87 projects were recorded for implementation, 24 of which are overdue and “21 should be moving on (but there are no registered progress) and three had to be already finished,” said Jaramillo.
The Council was scheduled to meet the 71.84% of its management until 30 November, but on that date it only achieved a 47.11%. According to the report submitted to the Council for Citizen Participation (CPC) there is a gap of 23.73%.
In addition, until October 31, 2012, it was discovered that there were 52 civil works contracts for an amount of $ 183’493 329.33, which remains to be amortized for its advances 387.50 $ 78’312.