Building School In Santa Ana. - On September 21, 1957 Law.-Authorize The Ministry Of Education To Sell At Public Auction, For The Construction Of A New One. -.

Original Language Title: EDIFICIO ESCOLAR EN SANTA ANA.— LEY DE 21 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 1957.— AUTORÍZASE AL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIÓN VENDER EN SUBASTA PÚBLICA, PARA LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DE UNO NUEVO.— .

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law of September 21, 1957

HERNAN MISSILES ZUAZO

CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA

BECAUSE: The Honorable National Congress has sanctioned the following Law:

NATIONAL CONGRESS,

DECCRETA:

ArtA-culo 1A ° †" AutorA-zase to the Ministry of Education to sell the Santa Ana del Yacuma school building at auction, to allocate the funds that will be obtained to strengthen the sums allocated by the indicated portfolio for the construction of the new building school of that population.

ArtA-culo 2A ° †" The School Building Committee, which exists in Santa Ana del Yacuma, will supermonitor the investment of these resources.

Communicate to the Executive Branch for constitutional purposes.

Meeting Room of the H. National Congress.

La Paz, September 16, 1957.

(Fdo.) Federico Álvarez Plata, President of the National Senate. †"Juan Sanà ¡ inês Ovando, President of the CA of Diputados.â €" Ciro Humboldt B., Senator Secretario.†"Heberto AA ± ez, Senator Secretario.â€" Carlos Guzmán ¡ n P., Diputado Secretario.â € " Gil Coimbra, Deputy Secretary.

FOR TANTO:

Law of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic

the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of the Republic of nine hundred and fifty-seven years.

(Fdo.) HERNAN SILES ZUAZO.†" Fernando Diez de Medina, Minister of Education and Fine Arts.