Law That Guarantees The Interests Of The National State In The City Of Good Air Article 7? Law N? 24.588 - Sutitucion - Full Text Of The Norm

Original Language Title: LEY QUE GARANTIZA LOS INTERESES DEL ESTADO NACIONAL EN LA CIUDAD DE BUENOS AIRES ARTICULO 7? LEY N? 24.588 - SUSTITUCION - Texto completo de la norma

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I'm telling you, the NATIONAL STATE INTEREST IN THE CIUDY OF GOOD AIRES Law 26,288 Security Competition. Replace the text of article 7 of Act No. 24,588. Single transitional clause. Sanctioned: August 22, 2007 Enacted: September 6, 2007

The Senate and Chamber of Deputies

of the Argentine Nation gathered in Congress, etc.

forcefully sanctioned

Law:

ARTICLE 1 Replace the text of article 7 of Act No. 24.588 with the following:

"Article 7: The National Government shall exercise in the City of Buenos Aires, as long as the Capital of the Republic, its security functions and powers with the extension necessary to ensure the effective validity of federal regulations.

The Government of the City of Buenos Aires will exercise security functions and powers in all non-federal matters. The national Government will continue to exercise them until such time as this exercise is effectively assumed by the Government of the City of Buenos Aires.

The City of Buenos Aires will be able to integrate the Internal Security Council. "

ARTICLE 2 Single transitional clause. Defined by the national Government the necessary structures to guarantee its federal powers, it will hold with the City of Buenos Aires the necessary agreements to give effect to the provisions of article 1 of this Act, in accordance with article 6 of Law No. 24.588.

ARTICLE 3 Contact the Executive.

IN THE SESSION OF THE ARGENTINE CONGRESS, IN GOOD AIRES, TO THE TWENTY DAYS OF THE MONTH OF AUGUST OF THE YEAR.

N° 26,288 EL

ALBERTO E. BALESTRINI. . DANIEL O. SCIOLI. . Enrique Hidalgo. . Juan H. Estrada.