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The “Enough! I sign” for judicial reform

January 25, 2023, 4:47 AM

January 25, 2023, 4:47 AM

“Enough! I sign”. is the title of the campaign that begins today with the objective of obtaining signatures to achieve judicial reform. This initiative is in charge of the Group of Independent Jurists, which intends to collect 1.5 million signatures to open the Political Constitution of the State. 378 points will be enabled where at least 17,000 books will be opened to collect the rubrics.

“This is a first step to achieve judicial reform, which is not a matter of months, justice reform is for the short and medium term. What we have achieved is the printing of an initial 5,000 books and we are putting it to the consideration of the people for the firm and we begin the collection of resources for the other 10,000 books”, reported Juan Del Granado, part of the group of lawyers that promotes this campaign in the whole country.

The process, which projects an adjustment in the Constitution, must be validated, first, con a referendum that requires the support of 20% of the voters registered in the electoral roll. For this, about 17,000 books will be enabled, which must be sealed and authorized by the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE).

To achieve that goal 378 registration points will be enabled and the participation of around 600 volunteers who will be distributed in mobile and fixed points. This process will come into operation gradually, according to Juan Carlos Núñez, director of the Jubilee Foundation.

378 points
“About 378 points are needed to be able to collect signatures throughout the country. This can be modified, but this is already what is being talked about, especially We are talking about departmental capital cities and several intermediate citiesyes; In volunteers, we are talking about 600 more or less, but this will be applied gradually”, reported Núñez.

The lawyer José Antonio Rivera, one of the representatives of the legal team, reported that The Bolivian Episcopal Conference joined the initiative and the National Union of Institutions for Social Action Work (Unitas) network. Mobile work will be carried out with these entities.

Too, the Permanent Assembly of Human Rights of Bolivia (Apdhb) issued a statement adhering to this mobilization to achieve “an impartial justice system.”

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