JNJ: 171 aspiring judges and senior prosecutors made it to the personal interview stage

JNJ: 171 aspiring judges and senior prosecutors made it to the personal interview stage

These are 76 aspiring judges and 95 prosecutors who passed the case study stage and will be interviewed by the JNJ Plenary on 29 September to October 6.

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JNJ: 171 aspiring judges and senior prosecutors managed to pass the personal interview stage

In the last stage, the solvency and suitability of the candidate, his academic career and professional, personal projection and knowledge of the national reality. (Photo: JNJ)

The National Board of Justice(JNJ) reported that 171 applicants who aspire to occupy one of the 55 positions convened for senior and specialized judges; and 25 places for senior, deputy and provincial prosecutors throughout the country, managed to advance to the last stage of the competition.

It deals with 76 aspiring judges and 95 prosecutors who passed the case study stageand they will be interviewed by the Plenary of the JNJ in a public act broadcast by the institutional social networks and the signal of the channel Justicia TV, from September 29 to October 6.

According to the rules of contests No. 005-2021-SN/JNJ and 006-2021-SN/JNJ. In this last stage, the solvency and suitability of the candidate, their academic and professional career, personal projection and knowledge of the national reality are evaluated.

Applicants who have a bonus for Quechua or Aymara language, may request the JNJ to be evaluated by a specialist accredited by the Ministry of Culture, to obtain additional points for their knowledge of the language at an advanced level.

The results of the grades and the merit table with the final average obtained by each candidate will be published next October 17, in the Official Gazette of the Judiciary.