Unhappy Reactions After Grades in the Attorney General Contest
Galo Chiriboga, President Rafael Correa’s attorney, former energy minister and current ambassador scheme Ecuador in Spain, leads the list of best rated for appointment as attorney general.
Chiriboga reached 85 points; he topped the list followed by the current prosecutor of Guayas, Gaston Gagliardo, who scored 82 points and Juan Vizueta whose grade was 81 points.
After 40 minutes of meeting, the Citizens Commission on Selection of First Authority Office announced the results of the 27 candidates underwent in the tests, then passed the scores to be read by the secretary of the commission. The data was fed by a previously organized technical committee that was responsible for collecting the test scores of knowledge rendered and responsible to grade each folder.
Gladys Teran that rated 77.5, demanded to hand them over the reports of the technical team that scored the tests and folders, to request a revision of grades, but President Vicente Guadalupe citizen commission responded with a negative.
Teran announced that next week a revision of documents will be prompted in addition to the evidence that Chiriboga lead the competition but he has not been a prosecutor and, according to her, he has no experience in public administration of the judiciary.
Source: Daily Expreso