URACCAN disrupted its institutional election process 2021-2026
Opening of URACCAN institutional elections 2021-2026
Opening of URACCAN institutional elections 2021-2026
Dara Contreras

A civic holiday in the framework of democracy and transparency

The First Intercultural Community University in Latin America, URACCAN, formally initiated the call for Institutional Elections for the positions of Rectory, Vice-General and Vice-Chancellors of the venue, corresponding to the period 2021-2026, this was made known, through a conference, by the Electoral Committee appointed by the University Council of URACCAN (CUU), through the MSC. Bernadine Dixon, chairwoman of that committee.

The MSc. Dixon detailed the requirements for a candidacy in these processes and explained that all documentation and information, such as the Candidacy Submission Instruction and the Election Calendar, will be available at the offices of the Electoral Committee of the venues and in the different media of URACCAN.

Similarly, he explained that after this call, on 28 and 29 January, the Electoral Committees will be trained by venues, starting with Bluefields and New Guinea. Such training consists of the appropriation and management of the Electoral Regulations and all the actions that will be articulated in this election process, "on 27 to 29 we begin the period of registration of candidates" concluded.

"A process in love peace and transparency"

For his part, Rubel Chamorro, student representative, emphasized the importance of the participation of all and all in this civic festival, in order to further strengthen the model of Intercultural Community University, which has been positioned as a reference, both regionally, nationally and internationally.

"We invite you to celebrate this democratic, participatory and civic process in love, peace and transparency, which will strengthen us and highlight us as the First Intercultural Community University of Latin America," Chamorro said.

In view of this call, it is necessary to emphasize the importance of the participation of all in these institutional elections, together and together continue to contribute to the institutional walk and development of Intercultural Higher Education, which strengthens the autonomy of the peoples originating in the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast.