The Minister of the Interior chairs the extraordinary plenary session of the Civil Guard Council
Fernando Grande-Marlaska, accompanied by María Gámez, general director of the Civil Guard, attended this morning the meeting that approved the call for elections to the Council for October 26 and 27
The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, this morning chaired the extraordinary meeting of the Plenary of the Civil Guard Council, which has approved the call for elections to this body for next October 26 and 27.
Grande-Marlaska has been accompanied by the general director of the Civil Guard, María Gámez, at the meeting of this body, which brings together representatives of the Administration and professional associations to discuss matters related to the improvement of the working conditions of the Civil guards.
Soon, a Communicated Order on the composition and operation of the Electoral Board will be published, which will be composed of the same number of representatives from the Administration as from the professional associations with a presence on the Council, eight from each party.
The elected members of the professional associations will maintain the same number of members as at present: one member of the officer scale, one member of the old officer scale, two members of the non-commissioned officer scale and eleven members of the corporal scale. and guards. The Council has urged that the candidatures seek the balanced presence of women and men.
Voting in person or by mail
The civil guards will be able to exercise their vote electronically in person at the 553 authorized points, using their professional identity card (TIP) or electronic DNI, included as a novelty for these elections.
You can also vote by mail through the Civil Guard's own computer application, which has been modified to allow the extension of the deadlines. The request will be transferred to the Electoral Board and, after being approved, the voter will receive an email with all the necessary documentation.
The voter should only print that ballot belonging to the candidacy for which he wishes to vote and send it to the electoral Board within the established deadlines. These deadlines vary depending on the location of the unit – abroad or in national territory – or if it is done from your destination unit or by certified mail.