The Council of the Magistracy gave its annual report on citizen accountability management for the 2021-2022 financial year.
The document highlights the strengthening of the public image with the aim of generating a better perception and greater confidence before the general public.
In addition to the strengthening and modernization of institutional management with the digital platform for online registration with the aim of adapting the technologies in the institution, making it more accessible for all interested applicants to compete for the positions convened by the Council of the Magistracy, without need to carry out the process physically, reads part of the report.
They also highlight that 100% of the digitization of 11,700 applicant files was achieved, which in turn meant the reduction of the use of paper, from the issuance of application certificates, to the presentation of academic documents in digital format, contributing with the institution in the low occupation of spaces with physical folders of files of applicants.
The Council of the Magistracy was responsible for important selection processes such as the preparation of shortlisted candidates for minister of the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ), member of the Superior Court of Electoral Justice (TSJE) and State Attorney General.