Deadline for appeals is until Monday (17). Access here the document.
IFSP discloses list with the formation of Local Electoral Commissions. Resources may be directed to e-mail until the 17th.
Check below the communication to the Local Electoral Commissions:
ANNOUNCEMENT 02 to the Local Electoral Commissions - GT to monitor the electoral processes
On the second, 17, the meeting with the formed Local Election Commissions will take place. Eventual resources may be directed to e-mail: , with a deadline of Monday, 17, and analysis by Consup (Superior Council), at the meeting on Tuesday, 18.
At the meeting, which will be held through the “google meet” platform, with a link to be sent in the e-mail of the components of the Local Commissions, in addition to the information that will be given, with the removal of doubts, representatives will be chosen for the Central Electoral Commission, with the constitution of 9 members (3 for each segment, teaching, administrative and student) and 9 alternates, in the same way.
Appeals related to the process of constituting the Central Electoral Commission may be sent until 14:18 pm on August XNUMX, and will be analyzed by the Superior Council at the meeting of the same day.
To belong to the Central Electoral Commission, the same requirements mentioned in the constitution of the Local Commissions apply. Characteristics of experience in working with elections and ability to interpret norms are also desirable. Commitment, disposition, impartiality and common sense are presuppositions.
It is worth remembering that the Central Electoral Commission starts working on the definition of electoral codes for all elections in this process, control of debates between candidates for Rector, analysis of resources, as first instance in the election for Rector and second instance for the elections of General Directors , among other attributions.
Due to the number of participants in the meeting, 17, they will be allocated both in a virtual room and will be actively monitored by YouTube. Upon election for the members of the Central Commission, three virtual rooms will be opened, for full members, with one room for each segment. Only the members of the Local Commissions will be able to apply and be voted to compose the Central Electoral Commission.
The components that become part of the Central Electoral Commission will no longer be part of the Local Electoral Commission in which they are, and will be replaced by alternates. The deadlines for such a replacement will be announced in an upcoming release.
Local Electoral Commissions are asked to organize themselves so that in the virtual room of the meeting a representative from each segment will be present, per campus. That is, a teacher, an administrative and a student. From the Rectorate, an administrative holder. In total, we will have 109 members (three per campus, that is, 108, plus a member of the Rector's Committee) of the Local Electoral Commissions, plus organizers of the meeting and observers from the Superior Council. The rest of the members, plus alternates, will actively follow the meeting from YouTube, with all their doubts answered.
When opening the three rooms for the selection of members of the Central Electoral Commission, the holders of the “google meet” meeting room, plus those who are watching on YouTube, will virtually move to these rooms. After the segment choices are over, everyone will return to their initial virtual locations (room or YouTube), so that the reports on the choices, by segment, and the final announcement of the composition of the Central Electoral Commission are made.
Both the Local Electoral Commissions and the Central Electoral Commission will be ratified at the meeting of the Superior Council of 18/08, and thereafter the ordinances referring to these acts will be published. Any deadlines for completing the Local Electoral Commissions and the Central Electoral Commission, if necessary, will be indicated later.
São Paulo, August 14, 2020
Advisor to the Rector's Office