Carangas Province. Division. - L. No. 292 Of 11 Nov. 1950 - Is Divided Into 3 This Province Of The Apartment. Oruro, Distributing Its Current Cantons

Original Language Title: PROVINCIA CARANGAS. DIVISIÓN.— L. Nº 292 DE 11 NOV. 1950. — SE DIVIDE EN 3 ESTA PROV. DEL DEPTO. DE ORURO, DISTRIBUYENDO SUS ACTUALES CANTONES

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NO 292

MAMERTO URRIOLAGOITIA H.

CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA

For how much: the Honorable National Congress has sanctioned the following Law:

THE NATIONAL CONGRESS

DECCRETA:

ArtA-arse 1A ° †" The Province of Oruro's Carangas Province, is divided into the following three provinces:

Nor Carangas Province, constituted by the Curahuara cantons of Carangas, Totora, Turco Sahama and Cosapa with its capital Curahuara de Carangas.

Province Carangas, made up of the Cantonese Corque, Huylamarca, Llanquera, Choquecota, Chuquichambi, San Miguel, Andamarca and Arinoca with its capital Corque.

Southern Carangas Province, formed by the cantons Huachacalla, Sabaya, Carangas, La Ribera, Negrillas, Todos Santos, Coipasa, Escara, Yunguyo, Machacmarc, Sacaba, Romero Pampa and Julo with its capital Huachacalla.

ArtA-culo 2A ° †" The delimitation of the new provinces, according to the antA-guos lA-mittes of the cantons that They are, in charge of the Ministry of National Defense by a topographical commission.

Communal-be to the Executive Branch for constitutional purposes.

Meeting room of the H. National Congress.

La Paz, 6 November 1950.

(Fdo.) Juan Manuel Balcazar.â € "(Fdo.) Lucio Lanza Solares.â €" (Fdo.) Carlos LAólpez Arze, Senator Secretario.†"(Fdo.) P. Saucedo Barbery, Senator Secretario.â€" (Fdo.) Julio Crespo, Diputado Secretario.†" (Fdo.) A. Brito Miranda, Diputado Secretary.

BY TANTO: I enact it so that it has and will comply as Law of the Republic.

Government Palace, in the city of La Paz, at the eleven days of November of a thousand nine hundred and fifty years.

(Fdo.) MAMERTO URRIOLAGOITIA H. (Fdo.) Alfredo Gutierrez Salgar.