Buenos Aires, June 18, 1952
VISTO the need for the Central and Regional Houses of Conciliation and Obligatory Arbitration to continue to be integrated at all times with representatives of tenants and tenants and apparitions in order not to interrupt their normal functioning, and
That the experience has advised the reform of articles 69 and 70 of the General Regulation of Law No. 13.246 (Decree No. 7,786, of 31 March 1949), in order to avoid that by unforeseen circumstances linked to the system of choice and replacement of the titular vowels appointed on behalf of the tenants and of the tenants and the envisaged appearances of the Paritarian Regional Houses of Conciliation,
Therefore, and the proposal of the Minister Secretary of State in the Department of Agriculture and Livestock,The President of the Nation, Decreta: Article 1 de Add as a second part of Article 69 of the General Regulations of Law 13.246 the following provisions:
"The vowels whose terms expire by the deadline indicated will continue to perform their functions as interim until the incorporation of their replacements or until their new designation by the Executive if they are re-elected."Art. 2° . Add following the first part of Article 70 of the General Regulations of Law 13.246, the following provisions:
"When the Chambers or Chambers could not be integrated with the designated alternates, the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock shall propose to the Executive Power the designation of a provisional alternate, subject to the requirement of a terna to the numerically more representative entity that would have chosen in the last election that or those representatives whose absence or impediment leads to the aforementioned integration.
"The provisional alternate shall carry out its duties as long as the absence or impediment that motivated its designation or until the relevant election is made."Art. 3rd . Contact, publish, give to the Directorate General of the National Register and return to the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock for its purposes. Carlos A. Hogan.