Everything is ready so that this Thursday, September 19, CES University students elect their representatives to the Superior Council, the Academic Council and the curriculum committees for the 2020 period.
As it became known, the Rectory and General Secretariat decided to postpone the elections of the candidates, initially organized on September 11, this in order to improve some processes related to voting and open new spaces for socialization and debate of the candidates.
"As it has been from the beginning, our interest is to create a transparent space for participation with voters and candidates for representatives in this democratic exercise," said Dr. Jorge Julián Osorio Gómez, rector of the CES University, through a official statement.
The Superior Council is the governing body of the institution, the Academic Council is related to academic aspects while the curriculum committees belong to each program.
How will the voting be done?
Voting will be done in person in suitable cubicles with ballot boxes. At each position he was
He will give the voter a card that identifies with the photo, name and program of each one of the candidates to the respective institutional body.
In total, six voting stations will be set up at the CES University headquarters with the purpose that students cast their vote, only once, at any of these points to facilitate democratic participation.
The voting stations are as follows:
2 polling stations at El Poblado headquarters
1 polling station at the IPS CES Sabaneta
1 polling station at the Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Center (CVZ)
1 polling station at the CES Clinic
1 polling station at the General Hospital of Medellín (CES University Office)
To exercise the right to vote, it will be necessary as an essential requirement to present the institutional card that accredits the voter as a student of the institution. If the person appears at the polling station without the institutional document, they will not be able to vote.
The day will run between 8:00 in the morning and 4:00 in the afternoon. Once the polls are closed, the Rectory, the General Secretary and the Statutory Auditor of the CES University will be ready to count the votes.
The results will be communicated by the institutional media once the scrutiny is over.