Supreme Board

Posted April 29th, 2014 by Bryan

Within the specific functions has been responsible to this Council, we have the following: appoint, prior public contest of merits and personal evaluation, judges and prosecutors at all levels. These appointments require the compliant vote of two thirds of the legal number of members. Ratify the judges and prosecutors at all levels every seven years. The unratified may not re-enter to the judiciary or the public prosecutor. The ratification process is independent of disciplinary measures.

Apply the sanction of dismissal to the vowels of the Supreme Court and Supreme prosecutors and, at the request of the Supreme Court or the Board of Supreme prosecutors, respectively, to the judges and prosecutors in all instances. The final, reasoned, and after hearing the interested party, resolution is inimpugnable. Extend the official title that accredits them to judges and prosecutors. In the case of Peru, in the formation of the National Council of the Magistracy, the institutionality of the country is represented: judiciary, public prosecutor’s Office, professional associations and public universities and private. Is formed by seven members who are called directors. Without prejudice to which we return later on this issue (under the heading corresponding to the shape of election of the members of the different Councils), they are elected: one, by members of the Supreme Court of the Republic.

One by prosecutors Supreme Board members. One by the guiding national universities. One by the rectors of private universities. One by the members in the various colleges of lawyers in the country. Two are elected by the members in the other professional schools of the country discounted the bar associations. As you can see, to the NJC spread you a Medullary function, within the organizational scheme, not only in the sector justice, but in our country’s legal and social life; Since the reform of the State appears in most of the countries of the region as a prerequisite for sustainable development and governance.

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