Mexico, Nov.14 (Notimex).- Mexico will occupy during 2018 the third vice presidency of the Board of Directors of the Latin American Center for Administration for Development (CLAD, for its acronym in Spanish), by decision of the members of the organization meeting in Spain.
The Public Function Ministry (SFP, for its acronym in Spanish) informed through a statement that the election took place during the XLVII Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors, at the National Institute of Public Administration of Spain.
As part of the works, the new Board of Directors was elected, whose presidency fell to Alberto Raúl Scavarelli Escobar, from Uruguay, for two years; while Francisco Velázquez, of Spain, was elected Secretary General for a period of three years.
In the same voting, which was attended by Eber Betanzos, Deputy Minister of Public Function on behalf of Mexico, Colombia was elected for 2018 for the second vice presidency and Mexico for the third.
In addition, the Board elected the three members of the Programming and Evaluation Committee for a period of two years: Portugal, Costa Rica and Chile.