The election of who will occupy the Presidency of the Judiciary will be held in a special session on October 3, but according to the processes of the Superior Court of Justice, a prior session must be held in which the details of the election will be analyzed by the magistrates. election, which could be next week.
The magistrates of the Superior Court of the State will elect who will occupy the Presidency for the next three-year period and since there is no election for the magistrates of the chambers that do not have a permanent holder, the decision will fall to the 22 acting magistrates, three of them. They were appointed to be in the position of those who had to leave it to head the Judicial Council.
In total there are 26 magistracies, but in four of them there is one person in charge, because the election process has not been carried out.
Last week, the presiding judge of the Superior Court of Justice (TSJ), Myriam Hernández Acosta, indicated that she does not rule out the possibility of seeking re-election.
However, the head of the Judiciary stressed that she has not yet made a determination and, in any case, it will be the plenary session of magistrates who will decide who will direct the work of the Court. Hernández Acosta pointed out that there is no type of controversy or disagreement among her colleagues, so he expects the election to develop harmoniously.
They will elect who will occupy the Presidency for the next three-year period