Law Of Municipal Self-Governments

Original Language Title: LEY DE GOBIERNOS AUTÓNOMOS MUNICIPALES

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LAW OF 9 JANUARY 2014

EVO MORALES AYMA

CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA

For the Plurinational Legislative Assembly, it has sanctioned The following Law:

THE PLURINATIONAL LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,

D E C R E T A:

MUNICIPAL AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENTS LAW

CHAPTER I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1. (OBJECT)This Law is intended to regulate the organizational structure and operation of

the Municipal Autonomous Governments, in an extra way.

Article 2. (APPLICATION SCOPE). This Law applies to the Autonomous Territorial Entities

Municipal entities that do not have their Municipal Organic Charter in force, and/or in what they would not have legislated in the field of their competencies.

Article 3. (MANDATORY COMPLIANCE WITH MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS).

The legal regulations

of the Autonomous Municipal Government, in its jurisdiction, issued in the framework of its powers and powers, are binding on all natural persons or collective, public or private, national or foreign; as well as the payment of Municipal Taxes and the care of public goods.

CHAPTER II

MUNICIPAL AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT

Article 4. (CONSTITUTION OF THE MUNICIPAL AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT).

I. The Municipal Autonomous Government is constituted by:

Municipal Council, as Legislative, Deliberative and Fiscaler Body.

Executive Body.

II. The organization of the Autonomous Municipal Government, is based on independence, separation, coordination and

cooperation between these Organs.

III. The functions of the City Council and the Executive Body cannot be gathered in a single Organ, they are not

delegables among themselves, according to the provisions of the Constitution of the State and Law No. 031 Autonomy and Decentralization Framework.

IV. The Mayors, Mayors, Councilors and Councilors will have to carry out their duties inexcusably in the

territorial jurisdiction of the Municipality.

Article 5. ADMINISTRATIVE SEPARATION OF ORGANS). The Municipal Autonomous Governments with

more than fifty thousand (50,000) inhabitants, according to the official results of the last Census of Population and Housing, will compulsorily exercise Administrative separation of organs. In Municipal Autonomous Governments with less than fifty thousand (50,000) inhabitants, this administrative separation may be progressive in terms of their administrative and financial capacity.

Article 6. (MUNICIPAL BUDGET).

I. The Municipal Budget will be developed under the principles of coordination and sustainability, among others, and is

made up of the Executive Body Budget and the City Council Budget.

II. The Executive Body Budget should include the Enterprise Budget and Character Entities

deconcentrated and decentralized.

III. The City Council will approve its budget under the principles set out in the Paragraph I of the present

Article, and forward it to the Authority Municipal Executive for its consolidation.

IV. The City Council will approve the Municipal Budget.

V. As established in Paragraph I of Article 340 of the Constitution of the State, the Autonomous Government

Municipal will have its own Municipal Treasury, which will be administered by the Municipal Executive Body. The Municipal Treasury shall carry out the budgetary allocations for each of its Companies and Institutions. The Municipal Companies and Institutions shall be institutionally classified separately by the Autonomous Municipal Government, within the framework of the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Economy and Public Finance.

Article 7. (POSSESSION OF MUNICIPAL AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES).

The Councilors, the Mayors, the Mayor, and the

, shall take possession of their posts in public act and before the maximum authority of the Ordinary Jurisdiction that exercises jurisdiction in the Municipality for which they were elected, or before the authority of the Ordinary Jurisdiction closest to the Municipality.

Article 8. (BANS).

I. In the performance of the offices of the Mayor, of the City Council, of the authorities and of the authorities, or

the public servants of the Autonomous Municipal Government, the simultaneous exercise of another function is prohibited. public, whether remunerated or not. Its proven acceptance assumes tacit resignation from office.

II. Except for the application of the preceding paragraph:

University Teaching;

Representation in Municipal Associations, Mancommunities and other instances, as long as the tasks to be developed are directly related to the performance of their positions and are not remunerated;

And the provisions of Article 17 of this Law.

Article 9. (INCOMPATIBILITIES). The Mayor or Mayor, the Councils or Councilors, the remaining

authorities and servants or public servants of the Autonomous Municipal Government that have the capacity to decide, are

incompatible for:

Acquiring or taking on lease, on behalf of or on behalf of third parties, municipal public goods, from the time of their possession.

Subscribe to contracts of work, procurement, or municipal services, on which they have personal interest or have their spouses or relatives up to the fourth degree of consanguinity or second degree of affinity.

Be directors, officials, employees, proxies, advisors or managers of entities, companies or companies that negotiate or engage with the Government Municipal Autonomous.

To celebrate any type of contract with the Autonomous Municipal Government, either by itself or by person.

Making use of the information of the Autonomous Municipal Government for personal gain, or third-party, in a proven way.

Article 10. (RESIGNATION OF MAYOR OR MAYOR, COUNCILORS OR COUNCILORS).

I. Any resignation of Mayor or Mayor, Concejala or Councilmember, will be formalized by the personal presentation of an express letter of resignation to the Municipal Council and the Electoral Body. If both requirements are not met, the waiver will not be recognized as valid.

II. The notice of resignation submitted by third person shall not be considered by any Authority or Public Entity for the

continuation of the waiver, or take effect.

III. The Mayor, or Mayor, or Councilmember, to perform other prohibited functions in relation to her position,

shall submit her final and irrevocable resignation to the office, without any temporary licenses and/or replacements.

Article 11. (ABSENCE).

absence due to temporary impairment of the Mayor, or Mayor, or the Mayor, or

Councilors, shall have legal effects when they emerge from a court or a competent body, where appropriate, until the end of the effects of the cause of impairment.

Article 12. (LOSS OF COMMAND). The Mayor or Mayor, the Councils or Councilors, will lose their

mandate for:

Conviction sentence executed in criminal matters.

Resignation expresses its mandate in written and personal form.

Command Revocation, according to Article 240 of the State Political Constitution.

Death.

Permanent inability declared by Competent Jurisdictional Authority.

Article 13. (MUNICIPAL REGULATORY HIERARCHY). The Municipal Regulations shall be subject to the

Political Constitution of the State. The hierarchy of the Municipal regulations, by issuing body according to the faculties of the Bodies of the Municipal Autonomous Governments, is as follows:

Legislative Body:

Municipal Law on its faculties, competences exclusive and the development of shared competencies.

Resolutions for the fulfillment of their attributions.

Executive Body:

Municipal Decree dictated by the Mayor or the Mayor signed jointly with the Secretariats or the Municipal Secretaries, for the regulation of concurrent competencies legislated by the Plurinational Legislative Assembly and others.

Edil Decree issued by the Mayor or Municipal Mayor according to his competence.

Resolution Municipal administration issued by the different authorities of the Executive Body, in the scope of its attributions.

Article 14. (REFERRAL OF RULES TO THE STATE AUTONOMIES SERVICE).

Municipal Autonomous Governments will have to refer to the State Autonomy Service? SEA, all regulations issued for registration, maximum within fifteen (15) business days following publication.

CHAPTER III

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL AS LEGISLATIVE BODY,

DELIBERATIVE AND AUDIT

Article 15. (ORGANIZATIONAL structure).

the Municipal Autonomous Governments where the administrative separation of organs is carried out

an organizational structure of the Legislative Body will be established, in accordance with its General Regulation.

Article 16. (MUNICIPAL COUNCIL ATTRIBUTIONS). The City Council has the following

attributions:

Develop and approve the City Council's General Council Regulation by two-thirds of the total number of its members.

Organize its Directive in accordance with its General Regulation, respecting the principles of equity and equality between Women and men.

Conform and designate the Ethics Committee in the first regular session. This commission shall exercise authority in the framework of the privileges and functions expressly approved by the City Council.

In the field of its powers and powers, to issue Municipal Laws and Resolutions, to interpret them, repeal, abrogate and modify them.

Develop, approve and execute your Annual Operational Program, Budget and reformulated

Designate the Maximum Executive Authority of the City Council, who will address everything on the administrative and financial system, in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Council General Regulation.

Approving or ratifying conventions, according to Municipal Law.

Approving contracts, according to Municipal Law.

Approve leases and comodato contracts, according to the Municipal Law.

Approve in 30 calendar days, the Municipal Development Plan on a proposal from the Municipal Executive Body, according to the guidelines of the Governing Body.

Approve the delimitation of urban areas proposed by the Municipal Executive Body in accordance with current regulations.

Approve the Municipal Territorial Ordinance Plan, which includes the use of soils and the occupation of the territory, according to territorial planning policies and territorial management of the central level of the State, in coordination with the plans of the central level of the State, departmental and indigenous.

Approve the Urban and Territorial Planning Plan proposed by the Executive Body Municipal, in accordance with current regulations.

Approve within fifteen (15) working days of its presentation, the Annual Operational Program, Municipal Budget and its reformulated, presented by the Mayor or Mayor in basis of the Municipal Development Plan. If it is not approved by the City Council within the deadline, they will be approved.

Fiscalize the Mayor, Secretariats or Secretaries and other authorities of the Municipal Executive Body, its institutions and Public companies, through requests for written and oral reports, inspections and other means of oversight provided for in the current regulations.

Authorizing the participation of the Autonomous Municipal Government in Public Enterprises created by other levels of government, within the municipal jurisdiction.

Authorizing the creation of Municipal Public Enterprises in its jurisdiction.

Approve, modify or delete by means of the Municipal Law, the Fees and Patents to the economic activity and special contributions of a municipal character.

On a proposal of the Municipal Executive Body, approve, modify or delete by means of the Municipal Law, the taxes of exclusive domain of the Government Autonomous Municipal, in accordance with Article 323 of the Constitution of the State, the Additional Provision First and Second of Law No. 031 Framework of Autonomy and Decentralization, Law No. 154 of Classification and Definition of Taxes and Regulation for the Creation and/or Modification of the Domain Taxes of the Autonomous Governments, and the Bolivian Tax Code.

To approve by means of the Municipal Law, the issuance and/or purchase of securities securities, complying with the regulations

Authorize by Resolution issued by the vote of two -third of the total of its members, the disposal of public domain and institutional assets of the Autonomous Municipal Government, so that the Mayor or the Mayor will continue with the provisions of Article 158 of the Constitution. State Policy.

Approving by Municipal Law by two-thirds of the votes, the disposal of Municipal Property Assets, and must comply with the provisions of the Law of the Central State level.

Approve the The creation of loans, which will compromise the income of the Autonomous Government Municipal, in accordance with the regulations in force.

Authorizing the participation of the Autonomous Municipal Government, in the formation of regions, communities, associations, twinning and municipal, public and private, national or international organizations.

Proposal of the Municipal Executive Body, to approve the Municipal Law that will establish the general requirements and procedures for the creation of Municipal Districts, taking into account as minimum criteria the population and territorial dimension, provision of public services and infrastructure.

Approve by Municipal Law, the creation of Municipal Districts or Indigenous Municipal Peasant Districts, in the framework of the corresponding Law.

Approve by Municipal Law, the requirements for the installation

Approve by Municipal Law the requirements for the provision of Basic Services.

Nominating streets, avenues, squares, parks and education and health facilities, depending on criteria laid down in the Municipal Law.

Designate by an absolute majority of the votes of the total of its members, the Concejala or the incumbent Councilmember and in exercise, to exercise the temporary supply in the event of absence or impediment Mayor or Mayor's office.

The Concejala or the Designated Councilmember must be from the same political party, citizen group, or organization of the indigenous indigenous nation or people, to which the Mayor or the Mayor belongs; if there were not, it could be designated any of the Councils or Councilors.

Approve by Resolution, the procedure to award honors, distinctions, decorations and awards for services to the community.

Submit reports accountability in public hearings, at least two (2) times a year, respecting gender equity and interculturality criteria.

Fiscalize the implementation of the Municipal Plans, in accordance with the State Comprehensive Planning System-SPIE and the implementation of its instruments.

Report acts of harassment and political violence against women to the competent authority.

Authorizing through the Municipal Law approved by two thirds of the total members of the Municipal Council the expropriation of private property, considering the prior declaration of public utility, the prior fair compensation payment, avaluo or justicpricing according to expert report or agreement between parties without the compensation for another public good.

Article 17. (MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL AND ALTERNATE MEMBERS).

I. As long as they do not permanently hold the post of Incumbent Councillors, the Councils and the Alternate Councilors

be

to hold positions in the public administration, with the exception of those positions in the Autonomous Government itself. Municipal of your jurisdiction or any of your partitions.

. The Members of the Council and the Alternate Councilors shall take ownership when the Members of the Council or the Council members leave their functions for temporary absence, impairment, by enforceable judicial decision, or before resignation or impairment

Article 18. (COMMITTEES). The Municipal Council's Permanent and Special Commissions will be

determined in the City Council's General Regulation, according to the reality of each municipality.

Article 19. (MEETINGS OF THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL).

I. The City Council Sessions are public, may be ordinary or extraordinary, and their convocation will be public and written.

II. By two-thirds of the total number of members of the Council, the session may be declared reserved when it affects or

harms personal dignity.

III. By Regulation the sessions in plenary and in Commissions, minimum quorum, number of

ordinary sessions per week, and session characteristics.

IV. The City Council acts must comply with the provisions of the General Regulation of the

Council.

Article 20. (EXTRAORDINARY SESSIONS).

I. The extraordinary sessions of the City Council will be convened publicly and in writing by the President or the President, with at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance, subject to a specific agenda and accompanying background.

II. These requirements may be waived, in cases of emergency or disaster affecting the population or territory of the

Autonomous Municipal Government.

Article 21. (PUBLIC HEARINGS). Public Hearings of the City Council and the Commissions are intended to directly address the citizens, whether individually or collectively, to deal with matters related to the fulfillment of their responsibilities. The General Council Regulation will establish the periodicity and procedure of the Public Hearings, which are different from the Sessions of the City Council and its Commissions.

Article 22. (LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE).

They have the faculty of legislative initiative, in the field of the exclusive competencies of the Autonomous Governments

Municipal, for their mandatory treatment in the Municipal Council:

The citizens

Social Organizations.

The Councils and Councilors.

The Municipal Executive Body.

II. The City Council through a Municipal Law, will approve the procedures and requirements for exercising the faculty

of legislative initiative of citizens, and of social organizations.

Article 23. (LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE).

legislative procedure will be developed in the following

:

The Municipal Law Project that will be presented in the exercise of the legislative initiative will be submitted by the City Council to the Commission or Commissions that correspond, according to its theme. In the same process, other initiatives that will be presented with a similar object will be accumulated.

The Municipal Law Project will have a technical-legal report when it is an initiative of the Municipal Executive Body.

Draft Municipal Law is presented by a member of the Legislative Body and commits economic resources, it must be sent in consultation with the Executive Body, in order to guarantee the financial sustainability.

When the Municipal Law Project has a report from the Commission or corresponding Commissions, it will be taken into consideration by the City Council plenary, where it will be treated in its station in large and in detail, and modified, rejected or approved. Each approval will require an absolute majority of the total members of the City Council, except for the cases provided for in this Law and the General Council Regulation.

If thirty (30) days elapse Calendar, without the corresponding Commission or Commissions, to be pronounced on the Project of Municipal Law, it can be considered by the Plenary of the Municipal Council, at the request of the Concejala or the Projected Councillor, or of the Executive Body Municipal.

The Bill that would have been rejected in his treatment by the City Council, may be proposed again in the following legislature, provided that new elements of discussion are presented or the observations are remedied.

The Draft Law, will be sent to the Municipal Executive Body for promulgation as a Municipal Law.

The Law sanctioned by the Municipal Council and referred to the Municipal Executive Body, may be observed by the Mayor or the Mayor in the term of ten (10) days calendar from the time of its receipt. The observations of the Municipal Executive Branch will be directed to the Municipal Council.

If the City Council considers the observations to be based, it will amend the Municipal Law and return it to the Municipal Executive Body for its enactment.

In case the City Council considers the observations to be unfounded, the Municipal Law will be enacted by the President or the President of the City Council. The decisions of the City Council will be taken by an absolute majority of the total of its members.

The Municipal Law that is not observed within the corresponding period will be promulgated by the Mayor or the Mayor. The Municipal Laws not promulgated by the Municipal Executive Body within the deadlines provided for in the previous numerals, shall be promulgated by the President or the President of the City Council.

The Municipal Laws shall be mandatory compliance from the day of its publication in the official means established by the Autonomous Municipal Government for that purpose, unless a different time limit is established for its entry into force.

CHAPTER IV

MUNICIPAL EXECUTIVE BODY

Article 24. (ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE).

I. The Executive Body will be made up of:

The Mayor or Municipal Mayor.

The Municipal Secretaries.

You may also include in your structure:

Sub Mayors.

Municipal Deconcentrated Entities.

Municipal Decentralized Entities.

Municipal Companies.

II. In indigenous municipal districts originating peasants, indigenous nations and indigenous peoples,

will elect their authorities by own rules and procedures.

Article 25. (APPROVAL OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE).

I. The Executive Body will approve its organizational structure through Municipal Decree.

II. In Municipal Autonomous Governments with more than fifty thousand (50,000) inhabitants, according to the results

officers of the last Population and Housing Census, should include the creation of a Transparency Unit.

Article 26. (ATTRIBUTIONS OF THE MAYOR OR THE MUNICIPAL MAYOR). The Mayor or the

Municipal Mayor, has the following attributions:

Represent the Autonomous Municipal Government.

Present Law Projects Municipal to the City Council.

Enact the Municipal Laws or observe them when appropriate.

Dictate Municipal Decrees, in conjunction with the Municipal Secretaries.

Dictate Edile Decrees.

Approve your organizational structure by Municipal Decree.

Propose and execute public policies of the Autonomous Municipal Government.

Designate by Edil Decree, to the Secretariats and the Municipal Secretaries, Sub Mayors or Sub Mayors of Municipal Districts and Authorities of Municipal Desconcentrated Entities, with criteria of social and gender equity in participation, in the framework of the interculturality.

Designate by Edil Decree, to Maximes Executive Authorities of Municipal Enterprises and Municipal Decentralized Entities, in accordance with the principles of social and gender equity in participation and equality and complementarity.

Directing Public Management Municipal.

Coordinate and supervise the actions of the Executive Body.

Propose to the City Council, for approval by Municipal Law, the Municipal Development Plan, the Municipal Planning Plan Territorial and the Delimitation of Urban Areas.

Present the Annual Operations Program and the Municipal Executive Body's Budget and its reformulated.

Present to the City Council, for consideration and approval through Municipal Law, the Program of Annual operations, the consolidated municipal budget and its reformulated, up to fifteen (15) working days before the filing date set by the central state governing body.

Propose the creation, modification or deletion of fees and patents for economic activity and special contributions Municipal, for approval by Municipal Law.

Propose to the City Council, the creation, modification or elimination of taxes belonging to the exclusive domain of the Autonomous Municipal Government.

Propose to the Municipal Council, for approval by Municipal Law, zonal zoning and valuation plans, values tables according to the quality of the soil and the literal delimitation of each of the specified zones, as a result of the zoning process.

Submit the Bill of procedure for awarding honors, distinctions, decorations and awards for services to the community, and grant the same according to such regulations.

Approve by Municipal Decree, the financial statements corresponding to Municipal Management and refer them to the City Council, no longer than seventy-two (72) hours of approval.

Present reports of accountability on the implementation of the Operations Program Annual and Budget, in public hearings at least two (2) times a year.

Propose to City Council the creation of Municipal Districts, in accordance with the respective Municipal Law.

Resolve administrative resources, in accordance with current national regulations.

Ordering the demolition of buildings that do not comply with the standards of basic services, land use, subsoil and overland, urban standards and special administrative rules, by itself or in coordination with authorities and institutions of the central level of the State and Departmental, according to Municipal regulations.

Present to the City Council, the proposal for reallocation of land use.

Subscribe conventions and contracts.

Design, define and execute policies, plans, programs and public policy projects

To present to the City Council, the Draft Law on the disposal of municipal property assets.

Present to the City Council, the draft authorization law Disposal of Public Domain and Institutional Heritage assets, once enacted, refer it to the Plurinational Legislative Assembly for approval.

Running the expropriations of private assets approved by the Expropriation Law for public need and utility, the payment of the Justiprice should be included in the annual budget as investment expenditure.

Article 27. (EXERCISE OF THE POSITION OF MAYOR OR MAYOR). The City Council may not remove or suspend the Mayor-elect or the Mayor-elect, or implement another mechanism by which the Office shall be deprived of the exercise of the office that does not comply with the provisions of the State Political Constitution, the Framework Law on Autonomy and Decentralization, and this Law; such acts will have no legal effect.

Article 28. (SECRETARIATS AND MUNICIPAL SECRETARIES).

I. The activities of the Executive Branch of the Autonomous Municipal Government, are executed through the Secretariats or Municipal Secretaries.

II. The Municipal Secretaries or Secretaries directly depend on the Mayors or the Acalde, and assume full responsibility for all the administrative acts they develop.

III. The Municipal Autonomous Governments with less than fifty thousand (50,000) inhabitants of According to the official results of the last Census of Population and Housing, They will have a minimum of a Secretariat, and can decide according to their financial capacity, the creation of other Municipal Secretariats. Municipal Autonomous Governments with more than fifty thousand (50,000) inhabitants will be able to determine a larger number of Municipal Secretariats, depending on their requirement and their financial capacity.

Article 29. (RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE MUNICIPAL SECRETARIATS).

Municipalities

within the framework of the competences assigned in the Constitution of the State to the Autonomous Municipal Governments, and in particular to its Authority Executive, have the following attributions:

Propose and contribute to the formulation of the general policies of the Autonomous Municipal Government, from a gender, generational and interculturality approach.

Propose and directing the Municipal Policies, in the field of assigned competences to the Municipal Secretariat in charge.

Address the management of the Municipal Public Administration, in the field of the competencies assigned to its Municipal Secretariat.

Dictate administrative rules, in the field of your competence.

Propose Municipal Decrees projects and subscribe to them with the Mayor's Office or the Municipal Authority.

Resolve the administrative matters that correspond to the Municipal Secretariat in charge.

Present to the Mayor and/or Mayor and to the City Council, the reports that are requested to you.

Coordinate with the other Municipal Secretariats, the planning and execution of the policies of the Autonomous Municipal Government.

Promote and implement evaluation and control activities of Public Management.

Provide information on the use of resources, to whom it requests, in a complete, truthful, appropriate and timely manner.

Participate in the meetings of the Municipal Cabinet, made up of the Mayor and the Mayor and the Secretariats Municipal Secretaries, and other instances of coordination that could be created.

Develop the draft budget of its Secretariat, contribute to the elaboration of the Municipal Budget and its reformulated, and be accountable for its implementation.

13. Sign Municipal Decrees and Municipal Administrative Resolutions concerning the area of their

attributions.

14. Propose to the Mayor or Mayor, in the field of their competencies, policies, strategies, actions and

draft legal standards, as well as operational programs, budgets and financial requirements.

15. Designate and remove the staff of your Secretariat, in accordance with the legal provisions in force.

16. Raise with the Mayor, the Mayor, the memory and the annual accountability of its Secretariat.

17. Comply with the provisions of the legal provisions in force on performance management.

18. Ensure the transparency of your actions information and the administration of the allocated resources.

19. Participate in the elaboration of the Municipal Development Plan and other Plans.

20. Issue Administrative Resolutions in the scope of their attributions.

21. Implement the Municipal Plans in compliance with the State Comprehensive Planning System? SPIE.

CHAPTER V

MUNICIPAL DOMAIN ASSETS

Article 30. (MUNICIPAL DOMAIN ASSETS). Municipal domain assets are classified into:

Public Domain Municipal Goods.

Institutional Heritage Assets.

Property Municipal Assets.

Article 31. (MUNICIPAL PROPERTY OF PUBLIC DOMAIN).

Public Domain Goods

Public are those intended for the unrestricted use of the community, these goods comprise, without this description being limited:

Streets, avenues, sidewalks, sidewalk cords, level crossings, bridges, walkways, passages, neighborhood and communal roads, tunnels, and other traffic lanes.

Plasters, parks, public forests, municipal protected areas, and other areas green spaces and spaces for collective recreation and preservation of the cultural heritage.

Goods declared vacant by competent authority, in favor of the Autonomous Municipal Government.

Rivers up to twenty-five (25) meters on each side of the maximum growing edge, creeks, torrents and broken with their beds, airs and slopes until their crowning.

Article 32. (INSTITUTIONAL HERITAGE ASSETS).

Property of the Autonomous Municipal Government

all those that are not intended for the municipal administration and/or the provision of a municipal public service, are not public domain assets.

Article 33. (TEMPORARY USE OF PUBLIC DOMAIN GOODS). It is up to the Executive Body

Municipal to propose to the City Council, regulate by law the temporary use of the Municipal Public Domain Goods.

Article 34. MUNICIPAL PROPERTY ASSETS). They are the property of the municipal property of all the

property of the Autonomous Government, whether they are destined for the municipal administration and/or the provision of a public service municipal.

Article 35. (ASSETS OF THE HISTORICAL-CULTURAL AND ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF THE STATE).

I. The archaeological, pre-Columbian, colonial, historical, ecological and architectural assets of the

State, located in the territory of the Municipal jurisdiction, are under the protection of the State and inexcusably intended for the use and enjoyment of the community, according to national law.

II. The Autonomous Municipal Government, in coordination with competent national and international bodies,

will be precautionary and promote the preservation, preservation and maintenance of the assets of the Historical-Cultural and Architectural Heritage of the State, in its jurisdiction.

CHAPTER VI

MUNICIPAL DEBT AND FINANCIAL SECURITIES

Article 36. INVESTMENT IN FINANCIAL SECURITIES). The Municipal Autonomous Governments may

invest in Securities Titles, in accordance with the policies of prudence and profitability established by the governing body of the System of Treasury and Public Credit, without affecting the fulfillment of their obligations and the execution of public investment, under their sole responsibility.

Article 37. (MUNICIPAL DEBT CONTRACTING).

I. The Autonomous Municipal Government, can only contract debt by complying with all the borrowing rules of the

State approved by the central level of the State, as well as those issued by the governing body of the System National of Treasury and Public Credit, and in the relevant, the Securities Market Law and its regulations.

II. The hiring of all indebtedness by the Autonomous Municipal Government shall be governed by the provisions of the

Political Constitution of the State, the rules of public administration and legal provisions

CHAPTER VII

PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL CONTROL

Article 38. (FORMAL SPACES).

Municipal Autonomous Governments will have to generate formal instances or spaces of Social Participation and Control for delivery, at least on:

The formulation of the Annual Operational Plan and the Budget Institutional and its reformulated.

b) Accountability.

II. Municipal Autonomous Governments will be able to generate other types of spaces to ensure participation and control

Social.

III. Municipal Autonomous Governments will not be able to define, organize or validate civil society organizations,

or a single organizational hierarchy that can be attributed to the exclusivity of the exercise of the Participation and Social Control, in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph V of Article 241 of the Constitution of the State.

Article 39. (PRONOUNCEMENT OF SOCIAL CONTROL). Autonomous Governments

must present to the Ministry of Economy and Public Finance, the corresponding Social Control pronouncement, for the formulation of the Annual Operational Plan and Budget.

TRANSIENT provisions

FIRST. The Municipal Legislative Body within the period not greater than ninety (90) calendar days from

publication of this Act, shall approve the General Regulation of the Municipal Council, the Municipal Taxation Law and the Law of Contracts and Conventions.

SECOND. As long as the System of Integral Planning of the State-SPIE is implemented, the Municipal Autonomous Governments will have to apply to the Planning Guidelines issued by the governing body, which aim to establish the general guidelines for preparing and articulating long, medium and short term plans.

THIRD. As long as the National Plan for Territorial Ordering is implemented, as referred to in the

Paragraph I of Article 94 of the Law No 031, the Municipal Autonomous Governments must formulate their Plan of Order Territorial comprising the urban and rural area of the Municipality, and shall establish at least the following:

The formulation of the short-, medium-and long-term Territorial and Urban Ordering schemes.

The allocation of land uses.

The determination of settlement patterns, building standards, urbanization and fractionation.

The mechanisms and modalities of strategic planning that make it possible to implement it.

FOURTH. The municipal legal regulations issued and enacted prior to this Law, keep

current as long as it is not contrary to the Political Constitution of the State, the Autonomy and Decentralization Framework Law, and this Law.

ABROGATORY AND REPEAL PROVISIONS

ABROGATORY PROVISION. Law No. 2028 of 28 October 1999, Law of Municipalities, is repealed.

REPEAL PROVISION. All provisions of equal or lower hierarchy, contrary to the

present Law, are repealed.

Remit to the Executive Body for constitutional purposes.

It is given in the Session Room of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly, at the nineteenth day of the month of

December of the year two thousand thirteen.

Lilly Gabriela Montano Viana, Betty Asunta Tejada Soruco, Andres Agustin Villca Daza, Claudia Jimena Torres

Chavez, Marcelo Elio Chavez, Angel David Cortes Villegas.

The law of the Plurinational State of Bolivia has been enacted and complied with.

Palace of Government of the city of La Paz, on the nine days of January of the year two thousand fourteen.

FDO. EVO MORALES AYMA, Juan Ramón Quintana Taborga, Luis Alberto Arce Catacora, Claudia Stacy

Peña Claros, Amanda Davila Torres.