National Public Administration Presentation Of Affidavits - Full Text Of The Norm


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Ministry of Finance DECEMBER 5,229. CHARGES, FUNTIONS and/or PASIVITIES. . Rules of application for the presentation of affidavits.

Bs. As., 8/6/62.

VISTO the Regime for the Accumulation of Charges, Functions and/or Passivities approved by Decree No. 8.566/61, and


Article 8 of Decree No. 9.677/61 stated that the regulations would not be applicable in the jurisdictions of the Armed Forces and security and defence agencies that have previously established a special system of compatibility, as well as in national universities, eminently technical agencies, etc. ;

That the article and the 13th of the same decree also declare in force the legal rules that authorize the collection of charges with retirements, retirements or pensions, or charges against each other for the special characteristics of these;

That these exceptions tend to maintain the application of rules expressly dictated for a certain type of services and posts or functions, which cannot be extended beyond the scope that has been intended to give to that exception, i.e., to judge the accumulation of agent charges based on the existing rules, without that it means not to apply the remaining provisions that make the mechanics of the system, and that are contained in Chapter III artículosFiscalization Ré articles 13 to 21;

That if this were not done, the purpose which led to the dictation of those acts of government would be reversed, in order to carry a centralized control of the affidavits of accumulation, in order to avoid the possible falseings and omissions of them;

For this reason, and attentively to the proposals of the Secretary of State of Finance on the basis of the powers resulting from Decree-Law No. 797/58 (Act No. 14.467) and Art. 20th inc. Twelfth of Act No. 14.439.

The President of the Argentine Nation, Decreta:

Article 1 Los The affidavit forms approved in Art. 14th Act on the accumulation of posts, functions and/or passivities, approved by decree No. 8.566/61, shall be filled by any person who holds a civil position or civil position paid within the orbit of the National Executive Power, without distinction of jurisdictions (Central Administration, Special Accounts, decentralized or automated agencies, State enterprises, Public Works and Work Plan, National Security and Armed Forces, etc.).

Art. 2o El The staff who by application of articles 8 and 13 of the decree No. 9.677/61 is exempt from the rules of the Regime referred to in the preceding article shall also fill the affidavit forms approved in Art. 14th of the same, those that will be resolved on the basis of the existing rules on the matter in those jurisdictions, and processed in accordance with the provisions of Chapter III . Control (Art. 13th to 21st) of the Aludido Régimen, which is of uniform application to all the agencies of the National Administration without distinction of jurisdiction.

Art. 3o alcance The bodies within the scope of Article 8 of Decree No. 9.677, which at the time of the Decree did not have a proper regime of incompatibility, shall be governed by the rules of Decree No. 1.134/32 and its amendments and/or supplementary ones.

Art. 4o . The staff within the scope of articles 2 and 3 of the present decree must fill in affidavit forms within the nineties (90) days after the date of publication of the decree in the Official Gazette.

Art. 5o . The exemption from incompatibility to the exercise of university teaching authorized by decree Nro. 2.257/62, does not reach cases of temporary overlap with another position or post, public or private.

Article 6 El This decree will be endorsed by the Minister Secretary in the Department of Economics and signed by the Secretary of State of Finance.

Art. 7o . Contact, publish, give to the General Directorate of the Official Gazette and Prints and archvese.

GUIDE. . Alvaro C. Alsogaray. . Rafael R. Ayala.