The entire Bill registered under No. 24,863 was noted.
Bs. As., 9/9/97
VISTO the Bill registered under No. 24,863, sanctioned by the HONORABLE CONGRESS OF NATION on 13 August 1997 and
That the bill amends the Act No. 23.623 and amends article 3 of the Act by providing that the recognition of the period of inactivity must be applied to the Federal Police Retirements, Retirements and Pension Fund without limitation.
That Act No. 23,623 provided for the application of the provisions of its similar No. 23,278 to the staff of the National Civil Service that belonged to or belonged to agencies incorporated into the forecasting regime administered by the Federal Police Retirement Fund.
That Act No. 23,278 determines that persons who, for political or group reasons, were dismissed, declared dispensable or forced to resign from their public or private office or were forced to be exiled, could compute only the period of inactivity between the time they ceased their duties and 9 December 1983.
That the Federal Police Retirement, Retirement and Pension Fund does not have the necessary resources to meet the costs that will result in compliance with the provisions of the Bill sanctioned by the HONORABLE CONGRESS OF NATION.
In addition, in the absence of a limitation period for petitioning for the benefits agreed upon by the Bill of Law, the obligations that may have to be assumed by the prescribed Retirement Fund, Jubilments and Pensions of the Federal Police are unpredictable.
That by the above-mentioned foundations it is appropriate to observe the Bill registered under No. 24,863.
That the NATIONAL EXECUTIVE POWER is entitled to dictate the present pursuant to article 83 of the National Constitution.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE ARGENTINA NATION
Article 1Note in its entirety the Draft Law under No. 24,863.
Art. 2°-Return the Draft Law mentioned in the previous article to the HONORABLE CONGRESS OF NATION.
Art. 3°-Contact, post, give to the National Directorate of the Official Register and archívase.-MENEM.-Jorge A. Rodríguez.- Carlos V. Corach.