“We are preparing some reports for the designated officials,” the Secretary of Social Communication of the current Executive, Kevin Oliva, said.
“These include elements from 56 institutions, so that they can know the administrative and substantive part of each entity,” he added.
“We await the delivery of institutional folders and the digital platform to the president-elect. The files include the legal, political and juridical framework of public bodies, as well as planning, investment and development alliances,” Oliva stated.
The purpose of the first session, held behind closed doors last Monday, was to present the report that describes the administrative, financial, operational and technical functions of 80 Executive institutions.
The agenda contemplates carrying out a territorial tour next October to address issues of government transmission with local authorities.
“The doors are opening to an orderly, transparent and above all efficient transition”, Giammattei asserted days ago.
“Our sovereignty lies on the people and the people have designated those who will lead the country after January 14 of next year,” he stated at the end of the initial meeting.
In relation to his willingness to hand over power, Arévalo noted that this should serve as an example to the institutions that maintain an attitude of aggression and harassment towards the Semilla (Seed) Movement.