Approve the regulation of article 76, paragraph 3, of Act No. 19.101
Bs. As., 7/10/82
VISTO proposed by the Minister of Defence and
That Law No. 19.101 - Law on Military Personnel, with the reform introduced by Law No. 22.511, provides that staff under Article 76, paragraph 3, shall have the right to receive for the sole time compensation in the form and conditions determined by regulation.
Consequently, it is necessary to issue diuchas regulations, which should be of common application to the three Armed Forces.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE ARGENTINA DECRETA NATION:
ARTICLE 1 -
Approve the regulation of article 76, paragraph 3 of Law No. 19.101 - Law for Military Personnel - which as Annex I is part of this decree. ARTICLE 2
Such regulation is unique and will be of common application to the Armed Forces. ARTICLE 3o -
The Commands in Chief of the Armed Forces shall proceed to incorporate the regulations adopted by the present decree into the remaining jurisdictional regulatory texts of the Act No. 19.101, adapting it to each Force and according to the modality and organization of its respective regulatory instruments. ARTICLE 4o -
The greatest cost required to comply with this decree shall be met with the provisions assigned to each jurisdiction. ARTICLE 5o -
Contact, post, give to the National Directorate of the Official Register and archvese. BIGNONE
July J. Martinez Vivot
REGULATION OF FISIC INDEMNIZATION 1. Senior and Junior Professional Officers
(a) The senior and junior staff of the Permanent Table who suffer from unused under-use for acts of service shall be transferred to a compulsory retirement situation without the right to exist when they do not have fifteen simple years of military service, provided that the percentage of decrease that they submit cannot continue to provide services in a situation of activity.
(b) Such staff shall be entitled to compensation in accordance with the percentage of incapacity to be presented and in accordance with the following scale:
(c) The amount of assets established at the previous point will be increased according to the simple years of military services that will be credited to staff at the time of their retirement according to the following scale:
(d) Staff who present a disability of sixty-six per cent (66 per cent) or greater, shall not increase compensation according to the simple years of military services that they credit.
(e) For the purposes of establishing simple years of military service, only those legally established to determine the right to withdrawal shall be taken into account.
(f) The liquidation shall be carried out by each Force on the basis of the current values of the month prior to which the perception of the respective compensation, corresponding to the respective compensation, corresponding to the monthly amount of the review of the personnel concerned.
2. Senior and junior staff of the Reserve Table (not from the Permanent Table), pupils and conscripts.
The senior and junior staff of the Reserve Table (not from the Permanent Table) are students and conscripts who, as a result of service acts, result in a decrease in work in civil life less than sixty-six per cent (66 per cent), shall be entitled to compensation equal to that established in point 1.b., which shall be settled in a manner similar to that prescribed in point 1.f.