The management of the current Attorney General of the Nation Kenya Porcell Alvarado will plummet, according to a survey by Dichter & Neira company recently disclosed.
Porcell, who is a year in office and was legal adviser to the National Security Council, was in July 2015, a 57 percent approval rating, while six went down to 51 percent, reflecting a reduction of six points.
Sampling indicated that respondents rated by 47 percent as good management of the Public Ministry, 37 percent poor, 5 percent very poor, eight percent excellent and seven percent were unsure or simply not answer the question.
The survey was conducted to 200 thousand people in all provinces, except in the regions and has a margin of error of 2.9 percent.
Porcell has been accused of applying selective justice officials of the previous government, while the investigacionesa officials or former officials of the administration of Juan Carlos Varela does not mandate them custody.
The survey was conducted for the National Television (TVN) or channel 2, Omega Stereo and El Financiero.