Two liberal senators, main candidates for the TSJE

Two liberal senators, main candidates for the TSJE

During the extraordinary session of the Judicial Council, two candidates gave up their aspirations. They are the lawyer Marcial Cantero Silva and the former senator Juan Bartolomé “Ancho” Ramírez.

Both notes were presented minutes before the extraordinary session of the Judicial Council where the impasse generated over Ramírez’s candidacy was to be resolved. The former senator is accused of having submitted documents after the established deadline.
In this way, Salyn Buzarquis and Hermelinda Alvarenga remain as the main candidates to occupy the liberal position that Alberto Ramírez Zambonini will leave at the end of April of this year. Likewise, the name of Carlos María Aquino, former Vice Minister of Justice, sounds.

The positions to be vacant are Vice President Alberto Ramírez Zambonini, and member María Elena Wapenka. The former will turn 75 on April 22. While the minister will reach that age on the following May 14.

In his note, Marcial Cantero Silva, questioned the divergence in the Council’s actions during the analysis of the challenges. He affirmed that he has failed to observe clear provisions in the applicable regulations.

He criticized the progress of the process without resolving the challenges. In addition, he questioned that half of the members of the Council of the Judiciary have supported the nomination of a candidate who does not meet the 10 years of professional practice as established by the National Constitution.

“The disparity of criteria awakens the disbelief of rectitude,” reads part of the note.

Finally, the person appearing criticized the senators who present themselves without resigning. Since this violates the principle of equality.

In his note, Juan Bartolomé “Ancho” Ramírez pointed out that for four years he has been longing to be the next minister of the Court and that since then he has been preparing to fight for the position.

“It is something that I have been considering for four years, time that I used to consolidate my knowledge. I did it knowing that I should compete against other profiles, ”she commented.

«I hope that my departure manages to decompress the work of the Council of the Judiciary. I ask the other directors that the process continues to be transparent and fair”, reads part of the note.
Ramírez resigned last Thursday, March 17, from the position of national senator.

On Monday the 18th, the Council of the Judiciary carried out the documentary analysis of the then 34 candidates to be the next ministers of the Superior Court of Electoral Justice (TSJE).

The analysis resulted in the elimination of five applicants, leaving 29.

However, the day was declared in fourth quarter after a tie in four votes at the time of dealing with the disqualification of the candidate Juan Bartolomé “Ancho” Ramírez. The now former senator is accused of belatedly submitting his attorney registration certificate.

Last Monday the 25th, the session resumed, however, following the tie in votes, it was postponed again until Wednesday. Before dealing again, the former senator submitted his resignation.

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