The Vice Minister of Taxation, Óscar Orué, has “mixed feelings” about the possibility of running for the State Attorney General’s Office. He indicated that for the moment he will continue analyzing.
“I dont know yet, It is a great responsibility, I have mixed feelings”responded the head of the SET (Undersecretariat of State for Taxation), Óscar Orué, in an interview with 730 AM.
He recognized that regardless of the merits and trajectories, the definition is handled in a political sphere, to which it does not have as much reach. However, he considered that to change things, one must dare to compete.
Those who did express their willingness to replace Sandra Quiñónez are: Cecilia Pérez, Carlos Arregui and Mónica Seifar, all from the first ring of Mario Abo Benítez. The application period is until November 14.
Registration is done in person at the new headquarters of the Council of the Judiciary, on Tacuary Street No. 1,597, corner of Blas Garay (Fourth Projected), from Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 14:00.
The documents must be presented in physical format duly numbered and in accordance with the order established in article 10. The requirements are:
nationality and age: by means of the birth certificate and civil identity card, the presentation of the digital certificate issued by the Single Government portal, in authenticated copies or the same originals, will be valid.
University law degree: granted by a Paraguayan or foreign higher education institution duly legalized or apostilled, recognized and approved, with the corresponding registration made by the Ministry of Education and Sciences in accordance with the laws of the Republic;
Notorious Honorability: Exclusionary requirement, required by article 33 of Law No. 296/94;
Professional experience: at least five years, effectively, in three possible professional areas: the practice of law, the exercise of the university chair in legal matters or the exercise of the judiciary.
This requirement will be fulfilled with any of the three activities, carried out jointly, separately or successively, for a minimum period of five years in accordance with the provisions of article 267 of the Constitution of the Republic of Paraguay.
For the purposes of computing the minimum five years of professional experience required, the applicant must complete it independently in any of the activities described above.
Seniority in the practice of law: by means of the date of issuance of the license plate that enables the exercise of the profession, issued by the Supreme Court of Justice.
The judicial magistracy: by means of the decree or resolution of appointment, computed from the date of the oath.
The exercise of the university chair in legal matters: by means of a copy of the resolution, proof issued by the Institution of Higher Education (Rector or Dean) or contract that proves seniority.