The Bolivian Cultural Heritage Law

Original Language Title: LEY DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURAL BOLIVIANO

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Law No. 530 2014 May 23 law EVO MORALES AYMA President constitutional of the PLURINATIONAL State of BOLIVIA, by how much, the plurinational Legislative Assembly, has sanctioned the following law: the Assembly Legislative PLURINATIONAL, D E C R E T A: Act heritage CULTURAL BOLIVIAN title I provisions General Chapter unique aspects general article 1. (OBJECT). This law aims to regulate and define public policies governing the classification, registration, restitution, repatriation, protection, conservation, restoration, broadcasting, defense, property, custody, management, process of declarations and the Bolivian Cultural Heritage safeguarding.
ARTICLE 2. (PURPOSE). This law aims to highlight the cultural identities of the plurinational State of Bolivia, its different expressions and legacies, promoting cultural diversity, intercultural dynamism and the co-responsibility of all actors and social sectors, as essential components of the human and socio-economic development of the Bolivian people.
ARTICLE 3. (PRINCIPLES). The regulation of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, will be governed by the following principles: legality and presumption of legitimacy. The actions of the competent authorities under this law, are presumed legitimate, except express judicial declaration to the contrary.

Hierarchy rules. This law in its execution, will observe the normative hierarchy arranged by the political Constitution of the State.

Integrality. The Bolivian Cultural heritage is integral, the interdependence that exists between their intangible components and materials, should be preserved and safeguarded, in management, planning and implementation of policies.

Interculturality. Recognition of the expression and coexistence of cultural, institutional, normative, and linguistic diversity of the Bolivian and Bolivians, Nations and farmers originally indigenous peoples, intercultural communities and afrobolivianas, urban and rural of the plurinational State of Bolivia.

Sustainability. The financial resources generated by the Bolivian Cultural heritage, from the sources of State, private resources, grants, transfers, credits, amounts arising from sanctions and fines, amounts derived from tourism and international cooperation, must be destined primarily to their registration, conservation, protection, safeguard, research, recovery, restoration and promotion.

Decolonization. The public policies of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, must be designed on the basis of the values, principles, knowledge and practices of the Bolivian peasant Bolivians, Nations and native indigenous peoples and intercultural communities and afrobolivianas, which together constitute the Bolivian people. All action should be directed to preserve, develop, protect and disseminate the cultural diversity with intercultural and plurilingual dialogue, consistent with different identities and nationalities of the country.

Transversality. The Bolivian Cultural heritage, interfaces with all areas, public and private, reflecting on the coordinated action between different territorial entities independent of the State, private, social sectors and population in general.

Sustainable development. Cultural diversity is a wealth for individuals and peoples. The protection, promotion and maintenance of cultural diversity are an essential condition for a sustainable development for the benefit of present and future generations. Cultural diversity can only be preserved if the identity of peoples and cultures, expressed in their goods and cultural events is maintained.

Coordination. The Bolivian Cultural heritage management, must be an action shared and coordinated between the different autonomous territorial entities, institutions of the central level of the State and society. The Ministry of culture and tourism, as governing body will promote this coordination.

Awareness. The Bolivian Cultural heritage protection, should not be performed exclusively through rules that prohibit certain actions or limit certain uses, but from policies which encourage its preservation, and consequently promote your enjoyment and facilitate its assessment.
ARTICLE 4. (DEFINITIONS). For the purposes of this Act and its regulations, be understood by: cultural property. They are all manifestations of intangible and material culture, whose value depends on its origin, nature, spatiality, temporality, its social context and cultural identity.

Bolivian Cultural heritage. It is the set of cultural goods that represent the most important value in shaping the cultural diversity of the plurinational State as a manifestation of culture, and is a key element for the development of the country. It includes the meanings and values attributed to goods and intangible cultural expressions and materials, by Nations and farmers originally indigenous peoples, intercultural communities and afrobolivianas and communities that they define themselves as urban or rural, migrant, spiritual or faith, transmitted by inheritance and established collectively. These meanings and values are part of the expression and identity of the plurinational State of Bolivia.

Intangible Cultural heritage. It is the set of representations, expressions, knowledge, knowledge that communities, groups and individuals recognized as an integral part of their identity. It is transmitted from generation to generation and is linked to processes and techniques that include instruments, objects, artefacts and cultural and natural spaces which are inherent to it.

Material Cultural heritage. It is the set of goods cultural that they have physical substance and can be preserved or restored through specialized techniques. They identify an era or culture and are evaluated and recognized according to specific criteria.

Archaeological Cultural heritage. It includes those vestiges product of human activity, such as debris organic and inorganic, ancient areas of room, fortresses and defensive structures, terraces, irrigation systems and storage of water, ridges, areas and ceremonial structures, quarries, mines, citadels, cemeteries, roads, centres and food storage structures and other products, remains of ancient plant and animal, and rock representations.

Palaeontological heritage. They are bodies or part of bodies or evidence of the vital activity of organisms that lived in the geological past and all natural concentration of fossils in a body of rock or sediment exposed on the surface or underground or underwater environments.

Documentary heritage. All cultural goods Fund files are textual-scores musical, sound, audiovisual, images, in any medium physical or electronic.

Underwater heritage. They include all those traces of human existence that are or have been under the water, partial or fully in national and international waters. They must be subject to be evaluated, studied, restored, preserved and protected by specialists in the area.

Not declared Cultural patrimony. They are the cultural heritage of which is presumed to meet the conditions to be declared Bolivian Cultural heritage.

Artisan heritage. Corresponds to the craft that is part of a set of expressions whose material manifestation is expressed in: tools, jewelry, apparel and accessories for festivals and performing arts, containers and elements used for storage, objects used for the transportation or protection from the weather, decorative arts and ritual objects, musical instruments, enseres domestic and recreational or educational toys.

Genetic heritage. It is the set of properties stored in the genes of an individual or species that are transmitted from generation to generation, product of nature or the human manipulation.

Ethnographic heritage. It is the set of goods and expressions of intangible culture, such as festivities, folklore, gastronomy, customs, habits and others which in turn have a material dimension expressed in furniture, crafts, tools and utensils, as well as properties related to the ways of life of a people or culture.

Industrial heritage. They correspond to the set of cultural property and immovable property of the industrial age that have a historical, technological, social, architectural or scientific value. It is composed of buildings and machinery, workshops, mills and factories, mines and sites for processing and refining, stores and warehouses, places where it is generated, transmitted and used energy, means of transportation and all its infrastructure as well as the sites where they develop social activities related to the industry, such as housing, religious worship and education.

Ecclesiastical heritage. It is the set of cultural goods and immovable property value spiritual, artistic, historical, documentary, archaeological, architectural, palaeontological and ethnographical, in the custody of the churches and religious congregations. Part of this heritage is produced by the faith of the Bolivian people, through time for the divine cult product of religious syncretism, the pastoral service of the people and the evangelization of the churches.


Technological heritage. It is the set of techniques and ancestral knowledge than experience and everyday experience, express the culture, the historical particularity and identity of the Bolivian people.

Living human treasure. They are people who embody, at maximum extent, skills and techniques necessary for the manifestation of certain aspects of the cultural life of people and the sustainability of their intangible cultural heritage and material.

Cultural Heritage property. Cultural heritage is of collective property of the Bolivian people and therefore in the public interest represented by the State at different levels.

Custody. It is the duty of guarding the shared or individual possession of the Cultural heritage of the Bolivian people, for your protection.

Declaration of National Cultural heritage. It is the formal recognition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Material, issued by the legislative organ of the central State level, prior compliance with specific procedure.

Declarations of Cultural heritage of the autonomous territorial entities. It is the formal recognition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage or Material that can be issued, as the case may be, the autonomous territorial entities.

Presumption of quality of Cultural heritage. It is the legal presumption that according to procedure, given the potential of quality cultural, material, and intangible goods that have not been expressly declared but which worth its historic, architectural, ecclesiastical, religious, ethnographic, documentary, paleontological, archaeological, artistic, scientific, technological, landscape and social, could be considered Cultural heritage.

Declaration of world heritage. It is the title conferred by UNESCO to specific sites on the planet, who have been nominated and confirmed for inclusion on the list maintained by the heritage program.

Management of the Cultural heritage. It is the set of actions planned and coordinated with the aim of achieving an optimum conservation, management and exploitation of the Cultural heritage.

Participation. It is the access and stewardship that has the population in the management of the heritage, in accordance with the scope of the present law.
Setting value of the Cultural heritage. It is the set of techniques and systematic actions aimed at the valorisation of Cultural heritage based on his recovery, seeking to highlight its features and allow its optimal use.

Safeguard. They are measures aimed at creating conditions for ensuring sustainability of the Intangible Cultural Heritage at the time, from the documentation, research, preservation, protection, promotion, promotion, transmission, revitalization, respect for tradition and awareness of the community on that heritage.

Intervention. It is the set of actions to facilitate the restitution of cultural property to its previous state. Includes by way of example and not limited to: acts of conservation, restoration, recovery, removal, demolition, dismemberment, displacement and subdivision.

Preservation. It is the set of planned actions of Defense, protection and prevention of deterioration, misrepresentation, alteration and destruction of the values of the Cultural heritage, by means of regulations, programmes of dissemination and awareness-raising, identification and Revalorization.

Conservation. It is the joint action, planned and articulated for the maintenance and retention of heritage values, avoiding marginalization, misrepresentation, deterioration, or destruction of them.

Research. It is the process of study and knowledge of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, within the framework of the purposes of this law, in charge of universities, centres, institutes, and research companies.

Restoration. It is the multidisciplinary technical procedure of recovery, restoration, repair and consolidation of cultural property, in accordance with principles and standards, and avoiding as far as possible, distort, alter or distort the original patterns of their values.

Protection. They are all measures to avoid the damage, deterioration or loss of Cultural heritage.

Restitution. It is the set of legal action for refund, replacement or reintegration of cultural property of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, in private possession or in the possession of foreign countries.

Museum. It is the cultural permanent institution in the service of society and of its development, open to the public and that acquires, preserves, researches, communicates, diffuses and exhibits the immaterial and material of peoples heritage and its natural environment, for purposes of study, education and enjoyment to the public.
Community Museum. It is a cultural space created by the members of a community, insofar as not restricted its meaning is constructed where collective self-awareness, reflection, criticism and creativity, reaffirming the material and symbolic values of their Cultural heritage, recognized according to their traditions and customs.

Ceremonial sites. They are places that by tradition, historical, cultural and religious meaning, have a sacred value.

Cultural landscape. It is the result of the development of human activities and their meanings over time in a specific territory, reflecting the mutual relationship between nature and culture.

Registration. It is the identification, location and description of the qualities and specificities of cultural property, the Bolivian Cultural heritage management-oriented.

Prevention. It is the set of procedures, and technical systems that allow to estimate the effects that the execution of a particular work, project, or activity could cause to the Bolivian Cultural Heritage studies.

Ancestral knowledge. It is the body of knowledge generated in traditional way by a given population. It is transmitted both by the experience in oral form, as by practices and informal techniques, is closely related to values, beliefs, emotions and local forms of see and conceive the world, institutions and local rituals, pursuing a Community purpose.
TITLE II CHAPTER I BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE CLASSIFICATION OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 5. (BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE). The Bolivian Cultural heritage, is the set of cultural goods that represent the most important value in shaping the cultural diversity of the plurinational State of Bolivia as a manifestation of culture, and is a key element for the development of the country. It includes the meanings and values attributed to goods and intangible cultural expressions and materials, by Nations and farmers originally indigenous peoples, intercultural communities and afrobolivianas and communities that they define themselves as urban or rural, migrant, spiritual or faith, transmitted by inheritance and established collectively. These meanings and values are part of the expression and identity of the plurinational State of Bolivia.
ARTICLE 6. (CLASSIFICATION). The Bolivian Cultural heritage, is classified into: Intangible Cultural Heritage and Cultural Heritage Material.
ARTICLE 7. (INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE).
I refers to Intangible Cultural Heritage applications, practices, representations, expressions, knowledge and techniques together with the instruments, objects, artefacts and cultural spaces that are inherent; the Nations and peoples indigenous peasants, intercultural communities and afrobolivianas, urban and rural, recognised as an integral part of their identity.
II. Intangible Cultural Heritage has the following attributes: is transmitted from generation to generation.

It is created and constantly recreated by communities and groups depending on their environment, their interaction with nature and their history.

It infuses a sense of identity and continuity, thus promoting respect for cultural diversity and human creativity.
III. manifests itself in the following areas: oral traditions and expressions, including language as a vehicle of the Intangible Cultural heritage.

Performing and performing arts.

Applications and social practices, rituals and festive events.

Traditional forms of social and political organization.

Worldviews, ancient knowledge, scientific contributions, knowledge and practices concerning nature, society and the universe.

Acts and religious beliefs.

Music and dance.

Astronomy, agriculture, animal husbandry, botany and traditional medicine.

Knowledge and traditional knowledge of prediction and prevention climate.
ARTICLE 8. (CLASSIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL CULTURAL HERITAGE). The Cultural Heritage Material is classified into heritage furniture and heritage property.
ARTICLE 9. (MATERIAL CULTURAL HERITAGE UNIT).
I they are material culture products, that can be moved from one place to another. I.e., all cultural property materials mobile expression or testimony of the culture or the evolution of nature and which have a value historical, ancient, documentary, archaeological, paleontological, scientific, artistic, medical, therapeutic, religious, spiritual, ecclesiastical, ritual, ethnographic, cosmological, folk, music, dance, decorative, community, social, industrial, nutritional and technological.
II. include not limited: painting.

Sculpture.

Ceramic.

Glassware.


Textiles and fabrics in fibre of vegetable and animal origin.

Saddlery.

Armory.

Sigillography.

Philately.

Photography.

Documents in different media types.

Household objects.

Job objects.

Objects for rituals.

Numismatic.

Wooden objects.

Underwater.

Malacological.

Lytic.

Metalworking.
ARTICLE 10. (MATERIAL CULTURAL HERITAGE PROPERTY).
I they are tangible immovable cultural property, and are expressions or testimonies of the culture or nature, possessing a valuable architectural, historical, ancestral, archaeological, paleontological, natural, scientific, artistic, aesthetic, medicinal, therapeutic, religious, spiritual, ecclesiastical, ritual, ethnographic, cosmological, landscape, folk, community, social, productive and technological.
II. include not limited: buildings, houses or mansions and estates.
Palaces, theatres and galleries.
Churches, chapels, cathedrals, temples, shrines and sacred places.
Factories, mills, mines and industrial centres.
Monuments.
Pyramids, hills and mounds.
Caves and rock shelters.
Geographical areas, forests or deserts.
Mountains, hills and mountain ranges.
Geological formations and soil properties.
Springs, springs, wetlands, lagoons, lakes and rivers, valleys, plateaus and Plains.
Cultural landscapes.
Murals.
Villages and historic towns.
Fields, terraces, ridges and sunken fields.
Canals and aqueducts.
Earth works.
Road networks.
Paleontological sites.
Cave representations.

CHAPTER II PROPERTY AND CUSTODY OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 11. (PROPERTY AND CUSTODY OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE).

I. the present law regulates the ownership and custody of cultural property of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage according to their nature and characteristics, which always corresponds to the Bolivian people.

II. the owners or custodians of material cultural goods and real estate, because of the public interest and the proper conservation of the heritage, must comply with its registration, conservation, protection and exhibition, avoiding its abandonment, theft, destruction or deterioration, according to the restrictions set forth in this Act and its regulations.

III. any intervention in Cultural Heritage Material on property or custody, must be authorised by the competent authority concerned.

ARTICLE 12. (PROPERTY OF CULTURAL HERITAGE INTANGIBLE, ETHNOGRAPHIC, AND COMMUNITY).
I recognize the community and collective property of worldviews, music, rituals, sacred places, myths, tales, legends, costumes, outfits, oral history, dances, languages, ancestral, culinary knowledge, traditional, agricultural, pastoral, medical, botanical and genetic technologies.
II. the plurinational State of Bolivia indigenous native recorded ownership of the Cultural Community and collective intangible and ethnographic heritage, on behalf of the community or communities, or of the Nations and peoples peasants or intercultural communities and afrobolivianas, with the restrictions set forth in this Act and its regulations.
ARTICLE 13. (ARCHAEOLOGICAL, PALEONTOLOGICAL AND UNDERWATER CULTURAL HERITAGE PROPERTY).
I archaeological, paleontological heritage and underwater Boliviano, discovered and to discover, is owned by the plurinational State of Bolivia, so it does not come the figure of the expropriation of these goods. This property is collective and includes all the Bolivian and Bolivian, of the present and future generations; No person or public or private institution can claim it personally.
II. the holders of these cultural assets, museums, communities and individuals, prior to the promulgation of this law, are custodians.
III. for the recognition of the right to custody, must comply with the obligation of registration, conservation, protection, maintenance, and display.
IV. the central level of the State, through the governing body, in coordination with the autonomous territorial entities, will generate the necessary conditions for the management of these cultural assets, supporting in your registration, conservation, protection, research, restoration and dissemination.
V. Prohibited the purchase or sale, as well as its output or final export.

ARTICLE 14. (OWNERSHIP OF HERITAGE PROPERTY).
I. the plurinational State of Bolivia recognizes the ownership of immovable Cultural heritage, both declared heritage of non-declared.

II. in cases in which the Cultural Heritage Material property is in a situation of abandonment, deterioration or destruction, the central State level, through the governing body, in coordination with the autonomous territorial entities, may proceed with the expropriation of the cultural property material property according to the provisions of the political Constitution of the State and laws.

III. the ownership of the immovable cultural heritage, will be subject to the restrictions of this law and its regulations.

IV. it is forbidden to perform any type of intervention in cultural properties of Cultural heritage, without the respective authorization of the competent authority.
V. Prohibits the demolition, modification of the internal and external structure of any of the parts, repair or restoration of monuments or cultural real estate of cities and towns historical, declared or which are presumed as Cultural heritage, without authorisation of the competent authorities.

ARTICLE 15. (CUSTODY OF HERITAGE FURNITURE IN COLLECTIONS).

I. the holders of private collections as well as from community collections constitute custodians of the Cultural heritage of furniture.

II. reason of public interest and the proper conservation of the heritage, the central State level, through the governing body, in coordination with the autonomous territorial entities, will cooperate in the preservation, protection and exhibition.

III. Cultural Heritage Material furniture collections, will be recorded in the multinational system of register of Cultural heritage, with the name or names of the custodians or.

IV. the custodians of Cultural Heritage Material furniture collections, have an obligation to create the conditions necessary for the conservation, protection and maintenance of the cultural goods in custody.

V. The national monuments, museums and collections in the possession of private individuals, must comply a public conditioned to a schedule that does not harm the owner, but remain accessible at all times to researchers and scholars.

VI. the onerous or free transfer of registered Cultural Heritage Material furniture collections, will be authorized according to the regulation of this law, by the governing body.
ARTICLE 16. (CUSTODY OF THE MOVABLE CULTURAL HERITAGE AND BUILDING CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS CONGREGATIONS).

Churches and religious congregations are custodians of Cultural Heritage furniture and property that are part of the religious tradition of the Bolivian people, being forced to their registration, protection, preservation and pursuant to the provisions of this law.
II. the plurinational State of Bolivia will generate the necessary conditions for the management of these cultural assets, supporting in your registration, safety, conservation, protection, research, restoration, dissemination and training of human resources.
ARTICLE 17. (CUSTODY OF BOLIVIAN POLICE AND ARMED FORCES BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE).
I. the armed forces and the Bolivian police are custodians of the tangible and intangible cultural properties of the Bolivian people, who are in their custody and are related to the military and police areas. No person or public or private institution can claim it personally.

II. respects and guarantees the right of the armed forces and the Bolivian police to these cultural assets management.
III. the armed forces and the Bolivian police must comply with the obligation of registration, conservation, protection and maintenance.
IV. the Cultural Heritage in the custody of the armed forces and the Bolivian police, will be subject to regulation of the competent entities of the central level of the State.
V. Individuals who are in possession of military or police use Movable Cultural heritage, are custodians and have an obligation to proceed with his registration, conservation, protection, restoration and display, in the limits of the provisions of the present law.
ARTICLE 18. (CUSTODY OF HERITAGE CULTURAL BOLIVIAN UNIVERSITIES, CENTERS, SOCIETIES AND RESEARCH INSTITUTES).
I. the universities, centers, societies and research institutes that own Cultural heritage, within the framework of its powers are custodians of the tangible and intangible cultural properties of the Bolivian people.
II. respects and guarantees the right of universities, centers, societies and research institutes, to the study and knowledge of the cultural, material and immaterial goods of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.
III. universities, centers, societies and research institutes, must comply with the obligation of registration, conservation, protection and maintenance.
IV. Cultural Heritage in custody centres, societies, universities and research institutes, will be subject to regulation of the competent entities.


ARTICLE 19. (RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNERS AND CUSTODIANS).

I owners and custodians of the Bolivian Cultural heritage goods, are guarantors of the same and are obliged to prevent any risks that affect its integrity and conservation, and must respond criminally by the damage, loss, theft, robbery or endangered, whether by negligence, negligence or willful misconduct.

II. purposes of the fulfilment of the measures of prevention, the owners or custodians, should: facilitate preventive emergency actions that may be necessary.

To facilitate the inspections that have competent entities, at any time, when emergency conditions so warrant it.

Allow access to the duly accredited researchers.

Provide the degree of historical, social, cultural and other documentation that may be required, because scientific research on Cultural Heritage cultural property.

Assist in the execution of construction, restoration, or revaluation of cultural heritage properties, which are essential to ensure optimal preservation.
ARTICLE 20. (RESTRICTIONS ON THE TRANSFER OF THE RIGHT OWNER PRIVATE REAL ESTATE WITH DECLARATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE).
I transfer real estate of the Bolivian Cultural heritage of private property, must be previously reported to the governing body and registered in the multinational system of registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.
II. at the time of the transfer of private property, you must specify in the respective document, that weighs the Declaration of Bolivian Cultural heritage, as well as its corresponding record about the good.
ARTICLE 21. (OBLIGATIONS OF THE POPULATION REGARDING THE BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE). It is the duty of every Bolivian or foreign citizen resident in Bolivia, a: protect and care for the Bolivian Cultural heritage.

Respect Cultural Heritage and Material of the Bolivian people.

Report to the competent authorities all failure, act or omission of any public authority, natural or legal person to the detriment of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.

Reporting to the competent authorities any form of damage, theft, theft, loss, risk of illicit traffic or other situation that goes against the cultural assets that make up the Bolivian Cultural heritage.
CHAPTER III ARTICLE 22 MUSEUMS. (MUSEUMS).

I. are recognized as museums cultural and natural spaces that comply with the corresponding functions.
II. functions having a museum are: acquire, record, protect, preserve, research, exhibit and disseminate the cultural and natural heritage, for purposes of study, education and recreation.

III. public, private institutions and community holders of museums, should allocate sufficient resources to meet its responsibilities and functions.

IV. private museums have the same powers and responsibilities as public and community museums; those who must have the appropriate infrastructure for the conservation of heritage in custody.
V. The governing body shall define and implement a national museums policy.

ARTICLE 23. (CUSTODY OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE IN MUSEUMS).

I. the public, private and community museums are custodians of intangible cultural property and materials of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, any person or public or private institution can claim it personally.

II. respects and guarantees the right to the custody and management of material cultural goods and immovable property in museums.
III. for the recognition of the right to custody must comply with the obligation of registration, conservation, protection and maintenance.
IV. the museums that hold the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Material, furniture and property, will be subjects of regulation of the competent entities.
TITLE III REGIME OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE CHAPTER I MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 24. (DECENTRALISED MANAGEMENT).

I. establishing the decentralised management of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, under the regime of autonomy and decentralization, established by the political Constitution of the State and the law No. 031, Marco autonomies and decentralisation? Andrés Ibáñez?, in coordination and responsibility among all the organs of the State and at all levels of Government, with the participation and social control.

II. the Ministry of culture and tourism, is the governing body of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.

ARTICLE 25. (OBJECT OF DECENTRALISED MANAGEMENT).

I. the decentralised management of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, aims to their safeguarding and care, through the implementation of its components.
II. the Bolivian Cultural heritage management, including research, planning, registration, Declaration, promotion, dissemination, display and transfer, recovery, repatriation, administrative measures and others established in this law and its regulation.
III. the components of the management regime, should be applied according to the nature and characteristics of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.

ARTICLE 26. (COMPONENTS OF DECENTRALISED MANAGEMENT). The components of the Bolivian Cultural heritage management, are part of the following system: planning.

Regulation and development of technical instruments.

Coordination.

Financing.
ARTICLE 27. (MANAGEMENT SYSTEM).

The Bolivian Cultural heritage management system, develop the components of management according to regulations, guidelines, guidelines, procedures, activities, actors, financial, technical and human resources, governed by this law and its regulation.
II. the management system, aims to coordinate the fulfilment of State functions in terms of care and safeguarding of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, as well as help society democratic and participatory access through tools and methodologies of consultation with the population, aimed at the formulation of projects, recognizing the self-management initiatives, collective or individual.
CHAPTER II PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 28. (PLANS). The Bolivian Cultural heritage management, General and specific plans will be developed.
ARTICLE 29. (GENERAL PLANS). They are the plans drawn up by the competent entities at all levels of Government, that translates into using social and administrative agreements which establish actions and guidelines designed to ensure the protection, sustainability and exploitation of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage according to assigned responsibilities and specific characteristics of the Cultural heritage.
ARTICLE 30. (SPECIFIC PLANS). They are the instruments of coordination for the management of specific cultural property, between the competent authorities, organizations of civil society, owners and custodians of Cultural Heritage material or immaterial, with their representatives and managers, which establishes the criteria for management, actions, processes, procedures, methodologies and activities required for the management.
ARTICLE 31. (PREPARATION AND APPROVAL OF PLANS).
I. the central level of the State, through the Ministry of culture and tourism, will regulate the planning, scope and guidelines for the development and approval of management plans of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, considering the content, requirements and scope, as well as relevant sectoral policies II. When cultural property is declared world heritage, the corresponding management plan will be approved by the authority which issued the statement, according to their competencies.
CHAPTER III REGISTRATION OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 32. (MULTINATIONAL SYSTEM OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE REGISTER).

Create the multinational system registry of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, under the responsibility of the governing body.
II. the Central State level through the governing body, shall regulate the registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, and in coordination with institutions autonomous territorial, will develop the multinational system of registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.
III. the registry of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, is the process of research and knowledge, by means of which generates a set of interrelated data constitute a unit of information, management and planning of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage-oriented.

IV. the multinational system of registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, is intended to store and manage in a coordinated manner, information regarding the existing Bolivian Cultural heritage.
V. Multinational system of registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, focus systematically and unified, the patrimonial records that are scattered in the various departmental, municipal institutions, native Indian peasant and afrobolivianas, of all those intangible cultural properties and materials, in accordance with this law and its regulation.
VI. the multinational system of registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, will be free access and consultation for purposes

research or scientific, provided that they are justified with documentation showing its usefulness. The rest of the population can access the same with certain restriction levels that will ensure that the consulted information does not result in involvement, theft, or destruction of that heritage.
ARTICLE 33. (MANDATORY REGISTRATION).
I owners and custodians of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, are required to register in the multinational system of registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, cultural property in charge.
II. the consular, diplomatic missions and offices of international organizations, who are in custody of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage cultural property, must register them in the multinational system of registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.
III. breach possession thereof shall be as illegal and will proceed according to the provisions of the present law, the criminal code and specific regulations.
TITLE IV PROTECTION REGIME CHAPTER I DECLARATIONS OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 34. (DECLARATIONS OF HERITAGE).
I. the legislative organs of the central level of the State and the autonomous territorial entities, in accordance with its powers and competences, will issue declarations of Cultural heritage laws.
II. any expression or cultural property be considered carrier identity of the Nations and peoples indigenous native peasants, intercultural urban or rural communities and establishing village, can be recognized as a Cultural heritage.
III. Declaration of Cultural heritage means that measures shall be taken to register, protect, strengthen and disseminate cultural expression carrier of that identity.
ARTICLE 35. (DECLARATIONS OF NATIONAL CULTURAL HERITAGE).
I it is the recognition of the National Cultural heritage, issued by the legislative body of the central level of the State, on intangible heritage goods or material.
II. the remains and archaeological, paleontological and underwater contexts do not require Declaration expresses to be recognised as Bolivian Cultural heritage.
ARTICLE 36. (DECLARATIONS OF THE AUTONOMOUS TERRITORIAL ENTITIES).
I. the legislative bodies of the departmental, municipal, autonomous governments and indigenous native farmers, because of the interest that journal a good or cultural manifestation, may issue declarations of Cultural heritage, within the framework of its jurisdiction.
II. declarations of Cultural heritage of the autonomous territorial entities, can be ratified as a Cultural heritage of the plurinational State of Bolivia plurinational Legislative Assembly, according to specific regulations.
ARTICLE 37. (APPLICATIONS TO UNESCO). Applications for Cultural heritage to be submitted to UNESCO, must be approved by the governing body, and managed exclusively by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, according to the operational guidelines and the UNESCO conventions, ratified by the plurinational State of Bolivia. The governing body, shall advise and coordinate the conformation of the candidature dossiers.
ARTICLE 38. (REGULATION OF DECLARATIONS). Aspects relating to procedures for declarations, assessment criteria, nomination requirements, formalities, competent bodies, acts for the involvement and others, will be part of the regulation of this law.
ARTICLE 39. (REVOCATION OF DECLARATIONS). The revocation of the Declaration of Cultural heritage, will correspond to the Court which issued it, legal and technical report.
CHAPTER II PROMOTION, TRANSFER AND EXPORT OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 40. (PROMOTION OF THE BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE).
I. promotion of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, will be implemented through a set of activities for the dissemination of material and immaterial values.
II. promotion of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, will take place when the protection and safeguard are being correctly implemented through this law and its regulation.
ARTICLE 41. (DISPLAY AND DISSEMINATION OF BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE).
I within the framework of the promotion of the culture of the plurinational State of Bolivia, the real members of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, material, immaterial and cultural may be exhibited and disseminated within and outside the country.
II. General plans and specific will contain guidelines, programs, actions and activities to stimulate in the population the appropriation of meanings, values, practices and cultural expressions of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, generating processes of identification, revitalization and sustainability of the same.
III. display of movable cultural components of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage abroad, must comply with the requirements established in this law, its regulations and the customs regime.
IV. the display of the Bolivian Intangible Cultural Heritage abroad, shall be subject to specific regulations.
ARTICLE 42. (TRANSFER IN THE BOLIVIAN TERRITORY).
I prior authorization of the competent authority concerned, allowed the transfer of cultural heritage within the Bolivian territory, according to specific transfer protocol.
II. the custodian of the cultural heritage is required to take the technical measures necessary for their protection, at the time of the transfer of cultural assets.
ARTICLE 43. (TEMPORARY EXPORT, AUTHORIZATION AND TERM).

Authorization for the temporary export of the Material Bolivian Cultural heritage, will issue it the central State level, through the governing body, it will be subject to the existing customs regime, treated and international ratified by the plurinational State of Bolivia, and statutory regulation, for a maximum period of one (1) year, the following conventions: display artistic purposes and cultural promotion.

Specialized studies, scientific research, conservation and restoration that can not be made in the country, duly regulated by the Ministry of culture and tourism.
II. autonomous territorial entities, which hold cultural goods which are the subject of temporary export, must be previously authorised temporary exit of the goods, by means of express rules, and report their decision to the governing body.
III. will be responsible for their public display, custody and administration, museums or institutions requesting the temporary loan, in coordination with the offices of the diplomatic representations of the plurinational State of Bolivia and the governing body.
IV. the Ministry of culture and tourism, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, shall ensure the protection and conservation of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, that is part of a national or international exhibition, respectively.
V. The Ministry of culture and tourism, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, are required to oversee the development of displays, from the preparatory acts to its conclusion, and monitor compliance with the respective protocol which will establish guarantees and insurance so that cultural property will not suffer alterations, damage or loss.
CHAPTER III RETURN OF THE BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 44. (RECOVERY). The Ministry of culture and tourism or the autonomous territorial entities, according to their competence, shall exercise necessary legal actions for recovery in national territory, of the cultural property of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage in possession of institutions or private individuals, which are contrary to this Act and its regulations.
ARTICLE 45. (REPATRIATION).

The Ministry of culture and tourism, together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, diplomatic representations and the General Attorney of the State, are responsible for the repatriation of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage existing abroad, in cases of export, permanence or illegal marketing.
II. the Ministry of culture and tourism, and the Attorney General of the State, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will request the repatriation of cultural property that are held by other countries or individuals abroad.
ARTICLE 46. (OBLIGATION TO REPORT).
I. the embassies, consulates and permanent representations of the plurinational State of Bolivia on the outside, are required to report to the public prosecutor or the competent body on the outside, on the existence, unauthorized display or marketing abroad, of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.
II. in the national territory, the Ministry of culture and tourism, as a governing body, and the autonomous territorial entities, denounce before the public prosecutor, cases of illegal export.
III. in view of the present law, the public prosecutor's Office, shall act ex officio in cases of theft, destruction, theft, traffic and illegal export of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, which thus have knowledge, become public crimes, for acting against the interests of the State and of the Bolivian people, being authorized for the creation of bodies for the enforcement of this Act.
CHAPTER IV PROTECTION AND SAFEGUARDING OF THE BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE ARTICLE 47. (PREVENTION MEASURES).

I is the set of procedures, and technical systems that allow to estimate the effects that the execution of a particular work, project, or activity could cause to the Bolivian Cultural Heritage studies.
II. is the duty of all natural or collective persons who perform activities that may affect the Bolivian Cultural heritage, take the necessary measures of protection that apply, to avoid their involvement. Between these measures and not limited, are: education and awareness programs aimed at the public in general, and in particular to children, adolescents and young people.

Specific educational and training programmes in the communities and groups concerned.
ARTICLE 48. (SAFEGUARDING AND PROTECTION).

The Bolivian Cultural heritage protection, should not be performed exclusively through rules that prohibit certain actions or limit certain uses but also from provisions which encourage their conservation and consequently promote your enjoyment and facilitate its assessment.
II. in case of danger of deterioration, damage or loss of intangible cultural properties or materials of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, Ministry of culture and tourism or the autonomous territorial entities, shall provide the immediate adoption of measures for the protection and safeguard of cultural property and its confiscation, if applicable, according to regulation.
III. the Ministry of culture and tourism, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Attorney General of the State, shall prescribe the measures required to protect the Bolivian Cultural heritage, when it is claimed by another country as their own.
IV. the Ministry of culture and tourism, in coordination with the autonomous territorial entities, will have measures to educate the public in general, and particularly young people, about the importance of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and its need to safeguard.
V. The Ministry of culture and tourism, in coordination with the autonomous territorial entities, within the framework of the planning of the management of the cultural heritage, will prioritize the registration of the cultural manifestations of the Nations and peoples originally indigenous farmers high vulnerable.
CHAPTER V PERMITS ARTICLE 49. (OF AUTHORISATIONS).
I. the purpose of authorization is the ensure the preservation and physical integrity of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage and not limit their access, research or scientific opinion about the same.
II. intervention in cultural property, must be authorised by the competent authorities of the different levels of the State, national, departmental, municipal e originating indigenous peasants, according to its nature and competition.
III. the transfer and/or export temporary movable cultural materials of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, must have the permission of the Ministry of culture and tourism.
IV. the authorizations on projects and research, will be regulated by specific regulations.
ARTICLE 50. (AUTHORIZATION OF PROJECTS).
I all works and private activities seeking to intervene in a patrimonial good or close to it, prior to its development must have necessary studies and technical and legal reports. Its recommendations, standards and limits shall constitute the reference legal technician for the granting of the authorisation, the periodic classification of the performance and execution.
II. According to the nature of the works and the impact that may have on the cultural property, the competent authority shall approve its realization or, if this is the case, you can request that they adapt to the plan of protection and safeguards that had been approved for cultural property such.
ARTICLE 51. (PUBLIC WORKS). The public works projects carried out by public or private institutions that they intend to run or are underway in areas of direct influence with the Bolivian Cultural heritage, will have a differentiated treatment according to its nature and purpose, in accordance with regulations.
ARTICLE 52. (FINDINGS IN PUBLIC OR PRIVATE WORKS). i during the execution of public or private works occur findings related to the archaeological heritage, colonial, Republican, paleontological or underwater, is shall inform the governing of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage body and the competent authorities of the territorial autonomous entities, to establish measures of protection and safeguard, in accordance with regulation article 53. (AUTHORIZATIONS FOR PERSONS OR FOREIGN INSTITUTIONS).
I any person or foreign institution that is located in the territory to carry out studies and research on the Bolivian Cultural heritage, has the obligation to obtain the authorizations provided by the present law.
II. Likewise, any outcome or findings resulting from studies and research carried out in the country, must be subject to knowledge and competent authorities.
CHAPTER VI PROHIBITIONS AND EMERGENCY MEASURES ARTICLE 54. (PROHIBITIONS). They are prohibited: output or temporary exportation of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, without authorization.

Interventions of any kind without the respective authorization of the competent authority, according to the provisions of article 58 of this law.

Perform new construction near the monuments or immovable archaeological, colonial or of the Republican period, cities and historical towns, settlements or cultural landscapes, which have been declared or which has the presumption of being Bolivian Cultural heritage, except those with authorisation of the competent institution.

The demolition, modification of the internal and external structure of any of the parts, repair or restoration of monuments or immovable cultural cities and towns historical, declared or which Bolivian, presumed as the Cultural heritage without authorisation of the competent authorities.

In places that are carrying out construction works, in the event of a finding of cultural property movable or immovable property of heritage value, they will be paralyzed and reformulated the Bolivian Cultural heritage conservation.

The transfer of movable cultural property, which does not have the authorization and protocols issued by the governing body.
ARTICLE 55. (EMERGENCY ACTIONS).

According to the criteria established by this law and its regulations, provided that there is a threat or imminent danger of disappearance or damage on the cultural heritage of the Cultural heritage of the entities territorial autonomous, in the framework of their competences, will dictate the preventive or prohibitively expensive emergency measures that may be necessary for the conservation and protection; they should also avoid demolition, alterations, modifications, and others, in movable or immovable.

II. in the event of imminent danger of deterioration, damage or loss of cultural property of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, Ministry of culture and tourism, in coordination with the autonomous territorial entities and other competent authorities, will have the immediate adoption of measures for the protection and safeguard of cultural property and its confiscation, where appropriate.

III. preemptively, the Ministry of culture and tourism, will have the power to declare? Of emergency?, the Material Cultural Heritage and intangible Bolivian who are in danger of extinction, disappearance or deterioration.
IV. the declarations of Cultural Heritage Bolivian declared? Of emergency?, they will have priority in management plans, authorizing the corresponding investment of urgency for its conservation.
ARTICLE 56. (EXPROPRIATION OF IMMOVABLE CULTURAL MATERIALS).

Fair compensation, recognizes the Faculty of expropriation of immovable cultural property material of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.
II. the governing body and the competent authorities of the autonomous territorial entities, within the framework of regulations prepared under this Act, may declare the expropriation of immovable cultural property materials of Cultural heritage that are at risk of being lost by abandonment, neglect, risk of destruction, demolition or substantial deterioration by utility and public need.
ARTICLE 57. (SEIZURES OF MOVABLE CULTURAL PROPERTY). The governing body and the autonomous territorial entities, within the framework of regulations prepared under this Act, may proceed on utility and public need, to the seizure of movable property of Cultural heritage that are at risk of being lost by abandonment, neglect, risk of destruction or substantial deterioration.
ARTICLE 58. (INTERVENTION).
I is the set of immediate actions on cultural property, executed to enable the restitution of cultural property to its previous state. It includes a title without limitation, acts of conservation, restoration, recovery, removal, demolition, dismemberment, displacement or subdivision.
II. the intervention on a cultural property declared Heritage Cultural Boliviano, must have the authorization issued by the Ministry of culture and tourism or the autonomous territorial entity concerned, and in accordance with the procedure established in the regulation to the effect.

III. the intervention can only be performed under the supervision of professionals specialized, properly registered or accredited by the competent authority.
IV. the Ministry of culture and tourism, and the competent authorities of the autonomous territorial entities, within the framework of this law, are entitled to suspend the activities of construction, excavation or research, that settles that they affected the Cultural heritage as a result of the same Bolivian.
V. Breach you can go to the police, who must act immediately.
ARTICLE 59. (FAULTS, FINES AND PENALTIES). In accordance with current regulations, the Ministry of culture and tourism, and the competent autonomous territorial entities, they will have the faculty to impose fouls, fines and penalties.
TITLE V SUPPORT AND INCENTIVES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE BOLIVIAN CHAPTER I ARTICLE 60 INCENTIVES. (EXEMPTIONS). This law has the Faculty municipal autonomous governments, within the framework of their competences, to establish municipal tax exemptions to the immovable cultural property declared Bolivian Cultural heritage.
ARTICLE 61. (FINANCIAL RESOURCES). State and private financial institutions will grant credits with the best conditions, in favour of the owners of immovable cultural property declared Bolivian Cultural heritage, for the purpose of restoring them.
CHAPTER II FUND FOR DEVELOPMENT OF HERITAGE CULTURAL BOLIVIANO-FONPAC ARTICLE 62. (CREATION OF THE PROMOTION OF THE BOLIVIAN-FONPAC CULTURAL HERITAGE FUND).
I created the background of development of the Heritage Cultural Boliviano-FONPAC, under the Ministry of culture and tourism, in order to manage and allocate financial resources for the conservation, preservation, restoration, promotion and implementation of repositories, suitable for the care of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.
II. the Fund's promotion of the Bolivian Cultural Heritage - FONPAC, it is enabled to receive contributions that make any natural or legal person having to register and manage such contributions, in accordance with current legislation and regulations issued to the effect.
ARTICLE 63. (SOURCES OF RESOURCES). The Fund's promotion of the Heritage Cultural Boliviano - FONPAC, will be comprised of the following sources of funds: transfers from the Treasury General State, according to their financial availability.

Donations or loans from national or international organizations.

Contributions from individuals or private institutions.

Resources arising from sanctions and fines.

Other sources of income.

ARTICLE 64. (FUND ADMINISTRATION). The functioning of the Fund's promotion of the Heritage Cultural Boliviano-FONPAC, his administration and the specific criteria of allocation of resources, will be defined by regulation.
ARTICLE 65. (REGIONAL FUNDS). Autonomous territorial entities, within the framework of its powers, may create their own funds for promotion at the Bolivian-FONPAC Cultural Heritage in an effort to contribute to the development, conservation, restoration and promotion of the Bolivian Cultural heritage within their jurisdiction, which may allocate resources themselves or from other sources.
TITLE VI CRIMES AGAINST BOLIVIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE CHAPTER I AMENDMENTS TO THE BOLIVIAN PENAL CODE ARTICLE 66. (MODIFICATIONS TO THE BOLIVIAN PENAL CODE). Amending articles 142, 223, 326 and 358 of the Bolivian Criminal Code, for agreement to read as follows:? Article 142. (EMBEZZLEMENT). The servant or the public servant taking advantage of cargo which is apropiare of money, securities or goods whose management, billing or custody charge, is found it will be punished with imprisonment of five (5) to ten (10) years and a fine of two hundred (200) to five hundred (500) days.

The sanction will be aggravated by one third if the appropriation were Bolivian Cultural heritage assets whose management, billing or custody keeper is found?.
? Article 223. (DESTRUCTION OR DETERIORATION OF PROPERTY OF THE STATE AND NATIONAL WEALTH). That man defile, degrading, substrajere or exporting a good belonging to the public domain, a source of wealth, monuments or objects of Cultural Heritage Material Bolivian, you will incur imprisonment of one (1) to six (6) years?.

? Article 326. (THEFT). Which is illegitimately apoderare of furniture something alien, shall incur imprisonment of one (1) month to three (3) years.

The penalty shall be imprisonment of three (3) months to five (5) years in especially serious cases. As a rule a case is considered particularly serious when the offence is committed: with scaling or use Ganzúa, false key or other instrument similar, to penetrate to the place where the thing is, the subject of subtraction.

On the occasion of a havoc or popular commotion.

Taking advantage of an accident or misfortune in particular.

Movable property of the Bolivian Cultural heritage.

About things of artistic, historical, religious, and scientific value.

About things that are beyond the control of the owner.

About things of first necessity or for a public service, provided that the subtraction or she causes a breach to this, or a situation of shortages.

Will the sanction be aggravated by one third of the maximum penalty, when the furniture thing outside this qualified as Bolivian Cultural heritage?.
? Article 358. (QUALIFIED DAMAGE). The penalty shall be deprivation of liberty of one (1) to six (6) years: when the damage following on media or means of communications or traffic, on bridges or canals, on production plants or water, electricity or energy substances.

When committed was outright and in band, or gang, or violent persons or serious threats.

When the following things of artistic, archaeological, scientific, historical, religious and military or economic value.

When effected is by means of fire, destruction or deterioration of estimable value documents.
When arises the destruction of forests, forests, pastures, grain or crops, or the fact the you following in-bred.
Is the penalty aggravated by one third where the damage following on movable and immovable property of the Bolivian Cultural heritage?.
SOLE ADDITIONAL PROVISION. For the purposes of this law, is considered as those contained in treaties and international conventions applicable standards.
TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS FIRST. The Executive Branch, through the Ministry of culture and tourism, is responsible for drawing up the regulation of this law, within the period of one hundred and eighty (180) days from its publication.
THE SECOND. Goods declared Bolivian Cultural Heritage prior to this law, must be recorded in the multinational system of registration of the Bolivian Cultural heritage, within a period of one hundred eighty (180) days of issued the regulation sole repeal and ABROGATION provision. They abrogate and repealing all provisions of equal or lower hierarchy, contrary to the present law.
Refer to the Executive Branch, for constitutional purposes.
Two thousand fourteen is given in the room of sessions the Assembly Legislative plurinational, nine days after the month of may of the year.
FDO. Álvaro García Linera, Ephraim Condori Lopez, Carlos Aparicio Vedia.
I therefore enacted it is and meets as a law of the plurinational State of Bolivia.
City of Sucre, the twenty-three days of the month of may of the year two thousand fourteen.
FDO. EVO MORALES AYMA, David Choquehuanca Céspedes, Juan Ramón Quintana Taborga, Carlos Gustavo Romero Bonifaz, Aldo Ruben Saavedra Soto, Elba Viviana Caro Hinojosa, Luis Alberto Arce Catacora, Ana Teresa Morales Olivera, Roberto Iván Aguilar Gomez, Nemesia Achacollo Tola, Pablo Cesar Groux Canedo, Sandra Elizabeth Gutiérrez Salazar, Claudia clear Stacy Pena, Amanda Davila Torres.