Head of the Human Resources and Organization Bureau Sri Handayani giving a speech to open the competency testing for the recruitment and promotion of functional constitutional registrars and expert assistants to constitutional justices, Tuesday (1/23/2024). Photo by MKRI/Ilham W. M.
JAKARTA (MKRI) — The Constitutional Court (MK) has held a competency testing for the recruitment and promotion of functional constitutional registrars (PASTI) and expert assistants to constitutional justices (ASLI). The tests for special functional positions took place based on the results of administrative document verification, which took place on January 22. Eighteen civil servants (PNS) in the Registrar’s Office and the Secretariat-General of the Constitutional Court that passed the administrative selection then took a written test on Tuesday, January 23, 2024.
Head of the Human Resources and Organization Bureau Sri Handayani said that after the participants finished the four-hour test, the recruitment team would report the assessment results to the constitutional justices. “We have set a timeline. After this test, there is an assessment process and an interview with three constitutional justices,” she said in her speech before the test commenced.
The competency testing was aimed at the management of the Court’s human resources. PASTI and ASLI provide excellent support to the constitutional justices to produce quality decisions.
Author : Fauzan F.
Editor : Nur R.
Translator : Yuniar Widiastuti (NL)
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