Since yesterday, the 97 candidates for judges of the National Court of Justice (CNJ) performed their practical tests for the process of partial renewal of the court, in charge of the Council of Justice (CJ). Five courts, made by jurists of experience, will be responsible for evaluating those tests.
The court is composed of the president of the CNJ, Armando Bermeo, and experts Jorge Andrade, Guido Mantilla, Dana Abad, Juan Carlos Larrea and CJ national and provincial directors.
This assessments are the final stage of the selection process and will conclude tomorrow. The test will have the highest score (50 points), in comparison to other phases of the competition.