According to the newspaper Valor, which cites “high ranking of the institution”, despite insisting that the draw was carried out with “smoothness and transparency”, the ministry will even have opened an investigation in order to ascertain whether there was anyone “daring to act ”Against the organization's instructions.
“We are listening to criticism and analyzing the handwritten list that was circulated, which shows that there was an order for names. We are investigating and we are going to clarify the public about what happened”, guarantees a source from the public institution to the newspaper, which also promises a“ heavy hand ”, in the case of a conclusion that points to any type of fraud.
The official does not, however, advance dates for the presentation of the survey's conclusions, not ruling out the possibility that the list may have been circulated for “bad faith”.
The ministry staff says that "the country is changing", stressing that the institution "will not be afraid to disclose" the results of the investigations, even if they point to fraud.
Imogestin, the company responsible for centrality management, denies responsibility for the program created to draw the numbers of candidates, stating that only the Government will be able to comment on the criticisms that the process has been subject to.