"What is the current status of the stock of civil servants at the service of the Ceuta Administration of Justice? ”. With this first question, the national deputy of VOX for Ceuta, Teresa López, addresses the Executive, to know the current situation in Ceuta.

The Ceuta parliamentarian, remember that after more than a year of delay by the Ministry of Justice and after the postponement of the selection process due to the pandemic, the selection process that had been taking place in turn as of July 6, 2020 has resumed. for which, López wants to know "when the Ministry of Justice is going to convene selective processes for the entry into the Corps of civil servants at the service of the Administration of Justice in Ceuta." In addition, the ceutí parliamentarian has asked for "The number of candidates currently in the stock of officials at the service of the Administration of Justice in the city."

López points out that "it is essential" to have the positions of the Lawyers of the Administration of Justice (LAJ) and of the civil servants at the service of the Administration of Justice provided to give due constitutional compliance with Article 24 of our constitutional text. For this reason, the Ceuta parliamentarian has questioned the Government of Sánchez and Iglesias if “any number of interim officials at the service of the Administration of Justice in the city has been exhausted, and if so, what measures the Ministry of Justice intends to adopt in Such case".

The civil servants at the Service of the Administration of Justice constitute the fundamental personnel in charge of giving support and support in their work to Judges and Magistrates, Prosecutors and Lawyers of the Administration of Justice, and this is underlined by VOX. For this reason, López asks "what is the temporary validity of the current bags of officials at the service of the Administration of Justice of the autonomous community of Ceuta and the forecast of new calls or openings of the same so that new interested parties can register".



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