Ladies and gentlemen, at this stage in the mobilization is strong, but the gover nment's insensitivity is stubbornly persistent

, we can only use the law and bure aucracy in our defense. What I suggest is that flood the offices of the schools with requests for clarification addressed to the holders of the management bodie s on the procedures that have been adopted to start the process of performance e valuation. From a legal standpoint the Code of Administrative Procedure provides us the opportunity to request written clarification of any administrative act. This is what we say the Articles 120 - concept of administrative act 52 - Interv ention in administrative proceedings, 61 - Right to information and interested R hos 65 - Principle of open government. Article 120. Concept of an administrative act for the purposes of this Act, shall be considered administrative acts decis ions by the administrative bodies that under public law rules designed to produc e legal effects of a specific individual situation. Article 52. Intervention in an administrative proceeding. All individuals have the right to intervene person ally in the administrative procedure or it be represented or assisted in particu lar through a lawyer or solicitor. Article 61. The right of stakeholders to info rmation 1. Individuals have the right to be informed by the Administration, when they so require, on the progress of the procedures that are directly concerned, as well as the right to know the final decisions on them are taken. 2. The info rmation to be provided include the name of the department where the procedure is , the acts and committed efforts to remedy the deficiencies by stakeholders, dec isions and any other information requested. 3. The information requested under t his article shall be provided no later than 10 days. Article 65. The principle o f an open administration. Everyone has the right of access to administrative rec ords and files, even if it is not ongoing any procedure that directly concern th em, without prejudice to the law in matters relating to internal and external se curity, criminal investigation and privacy people. 2. Access to administrative r ecords and files is governed by separate legislation. Furthermore, all administrative decisions should be recorded in writing, includi ng the deliberations of the collegiate bodies, as implied by Article 27 - Meetin g Minutes Article 27. Minutes of the meeting 1. Each meeting shall be drawn up, containing a summary of all that it has occurred, indicating, inter alia, the da te and place of the meeting, the members present, matters considered, decisions taken and the shape and outcome of their votes. 3. In cases where the court so r uling, the minutes will be approved in minutes, at the meeting to which it relat es. 4. Decisions of collegiate organs can only acquire effective when approved t he minutes thereof or after the minutes signed under the previous paragraph. Fin ally, how to apply the information is also regulated and she referred to in Arti cles 74 - Application for initial, 80 - Registration for submission of applicati ons, and 81 - Receipt of the delivery of applications Article 74. Application of the initial one. The initial request of interested pa rties, except in cases where the law allows the verbal request must be made in w riting and contain: a) the name of the administrative body for whom b) identific ation of the applicant, by the name, status, profession and residence; c) The fa cts on which the application and, where possible the applicant, the reasons of l aw, d) a statement of claim, in clear and precise; e) the date and the signature of the applicant, or others at his request, if it does not know or can not sign . 2. In each application can not be made more of an application unless it is anc illary or alternative applications. Article 80. Registration for submission of a pplications 1. The submission of applications, whatever the manner in which they are made, will always be subject to registration, which refers to its serial nu mber, date, subject to the application, the number of documents and the name of the applicant. 2. Applications are registered in the order they are presented, c onsidering the submitted simultaneously received by mail the same distribution. 3. The register will be noted in the requirements by the mention of the number a nd date. Article 81. Receipt of the delivery of applications 1. Interested parti es may request a receipt of applications submitted. 2.€The receipt may be made in duplicate or photocopy of the applicant to submit application for this purpos

e. Attached are a few proposals that could use after the adaptation to your particu lar case. Francisco Santos