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Council FEDERAL legislation of Health Council FEDERAL legislative of health law 27.054 Pact Federal Legislative. Approval. Sanctioned: December 03 of 2014 enacted in fact: December 23 of 2014 the Senate and Chamber of deputies of the nation Argentina gathered in Congress, etc. they attest to the force of law: article 1 - approve the Pact legislative Federal health which, as annex I, form an integral part of this law.
Article 2 ° - contact the national executive power.
GIVEN IN THE CHAMBER OF THE CONGRESO ARGENTINO, BUENOS AIRES, ON THE THIRD DAY OF THE MONTH OF DECEMBER OF THE YEAR TWO THOUSAND FOURTEEN.
-REGISTERED UNDER THE NO. 27.054-AMADO BOUDOU. -JULIAN A. DOMINGUEZ. -John H. Estrada. -Lucas Chedrese.
Annex I FEDERAL Legislative Council health Pact Federal Legislative chapter I creation functions article 1 – object. Create the Federal Legislative Council of health (Cofelesa) as a deliberative body of political origin, which shall serve to the articulation and promotion of common legislative policies in health throughout the national territory. Article 2 - integration. The Cofelesa will be integrated with the members of the commissions of health or its equivalent, whatever its name, the Honorable Senate of the nation, of the Honorable Chamber of Deputies, of each of the provincial legislatures and of the city of Buenos Aires, unicameral or bicameral. Article 3 - functions. The Cofelesa has the following functions: to) study, advise and prepare draft legislation in the field of health; (b) harmonize and promote the application of laws common relating to health in all the territory national; and https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/cU9WZU9OOXBkUEpycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 c) track and monitoring the application of the laws relating to health. Chapter II section I article 4 organs - organs. The bodies of the Cofelesa are: to) Cofelesa Assembly (Assembly); and (b) table of driving the Cofelesa. Section II authorities article 5 — conduct of the Cofelesa table. It will be composed of one (1) Chairman, one (1) 1st Vice President and one (1) 2 º Vice President, elected by the Assembly from among its members. Article 6 - Secretaries. The President shall appoint, with the agreement of the Assembly, four (4) Secretaries who will accompany you in his duties during his term of office and shall hold the activities corresponding to the Executive Secretaries, academic, parliamentary technical and interinstitutional relations. The Secretaries should be legislators mandated compliment or existing. Article 7 - meetings and quorum. The conduct of the Cofelesa table will meet often as it shall determine and its resolutions shall be taken by a simple majority of those present. Article 8 - responsibilities. Correspond to the table of the Cofelesa driving the following powers: to) comply with and enforce the rules that govern the operation of the Cofelesa; b) advice or expert information for the study, preparation of draft legislation, revision and enforcement of the laws relating to health; (c) determine the place and date of meeting of the Assembly; d) appoint working committees for the development of the tasks and functions assigned to the Assembly; (e) implement the resolutions of the Assembly; f) practice of the Cofelesa representation before public and private; (g) decide the call to Assembly extraordinary in cases of urgency; (h) report to the Assembly on the State of progress of the procedure for projects boosting the Cofelesa in various legislatures; (i) carry out all other administrative act relevant to the achievement of the objectives of the Cofelesa. Section III Assembly Legislative of the health article 9 °-composition. Meetings. The Cofelesa Assembly is composed by all members of the Cofelesa in accordance with article 2. The Assembly to be held at least six (6) times a year, in different jurisdictions, in the place and date to be determined by the conduct of the Cofelesa table. Each jurisdiction will have two (2) votes. Article 10.-Presidency. The Presidency of the Assembly is exercised by the President of the Bureau of the Cofelesa driving. They will replace President Vice-Presidents 1st and 2nd by your order. Article 11.-powers. Powers of the Assembly are: to) deal with matters included in the agenda; b) approve the internal workings of the Cofelesa regulation; (c) to approve bills that will drive the Cofelesa to the National Congress, legislatures provincial and of the city of Buenos Aires. Article 12.-invited. Driving the Cofelesa bodies may invite representatives of official bodies, private entities, civil society organizations and with recognized experience and fitness personalities linked with the health field to participate in their https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/cU9WZU9OOXBkUEpycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 meetings when the topic thus warrants it. Article 13.-legislators. Mandate fulfilled. Two (2) legislators national, provincial, and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires, with accomplished mandate, which have integrated the Cofelesa, have the same rights and obligations as the members referred to in article 2 °. Chapter III provisions transitional article 14.-Pact Federal Legislative. Ratification. The adoption of this regulation is a legislative Federal Pact that must be ratified expressly by law of the National Congress and by laws of each of the respective provincial legislatures and of the city of Buenos Aires. Article 15.-lack of ratification. If the National Congress or provincial legislatures or the legislature of the autonomous city of Buenos Aires do not ratify this Covenant within the period of one (1) year from the date of adoption of this regulation, its legislators may participate in the Assembly with voice but without vote, until compliance with the requirement laid down in article 14. The deadline may be extended by decision of the Assembly. Of the health of Argentines this legislative Federal Pact was signed in the autonomous city of Buenos Aires to seven days of the month of August of the year two thousand nine.
Date of publication: 12/01/2015 https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/cU9WZU9OOXBkUEpycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09
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