Supreme Court: JNJ publishes list of applicants suitable to be candidates in reserve

Supreme Court: JNJ publishes list of applicants suitable to be candidates in reserve

These are 67 applicants who did not manage to obtain a position as supreme judge, but may apply to join the Registry of Reserve Candidates, until July 1 .

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Supreme Court: JNJ publishes list of applicants suitable to be candidates in reserve

The vote for his appointment was held after the members of the JNJ qualified the interviews of the 79 applicants. (Photo: Judicial Power)

The National Board of Justice (JNJ) published the list of applicants who may be considered candidates in reserve of the public contest for the selection and appointment of supreme judges.

These are 67 applicants from the list of merits of call 003-2021-SN/JNJ, who failed to obtain a position as supreme judge, but may apply to join the Registration of Reserve Candidatesuntil next July 1.

According to the respective regulations of the competitions for supreme judges and prosecutors, the magistrates who opt for this condition may wait for a period of one year for new positions to become available, so that the Board can choose between them.

As recalled, on 27 last June, the JNJ chose Ulises Augusto Yaya Zumaeta, Carlos Alberto Calderón Puertas, Manuel Estuardo Lujan Tupez, Emilia Bustamante Oyague, Víctor Antonio Castillo León and Roberto Rolando Burneo Bermejo as new members of the Supreme Court.

The vote for his appointment was held after the members of the JNJ qualified the interviews of the 79 applicants and made it public, according to the contest rules.

< p itemprop="description" class="story-contents__font-paragraph">The difference in points between the first position occupied by Ulises Augusto Yaya Zumaeta and the sixth elected magistrate, Roberto Rolando Burneo Bermejo, was 100.0 and 92.82 points respectively, after passing the four stages of the contest.

Recently, the JNJ also evaluated and swore in two new supreme prosecutors, which have already joined the Board of Fi Supreme scales, highest entity of the Public Ministry.