Parliamentary Committee. -It Creates In The Capital Sucre To Prepare Some Projects About Finance.

Original Language Title: COMISION PARLAMENTARIA. — SE CREA EN LA CAPITAL SUCRE PARA PREPARAR ALGUNOS PROYECTOS SOBRE HACIENDA.

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LEI OF 30 DECEMBER

PARLIAMENTARY COMMISSION. †" It is created in the capital Sucre to prepare some projects on hacienda.

GREGORIO PACHECO

CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA

For the national congress, he has sanctioned the following I read:

THE NATIONAL CONGRESS,

DECRETA:

Art. 1.A ° The honorable representatives Ovidio SuA, Alfredo Lea-Plaza, Samuel Oropeza and Telmo Ichazo, members of the congressional finance committee and the honorable senators and deputies resident in the capital who want to be assigned, In the course of the recess of the cAs a parliamentary ad honorem commission, for the following purposes.

1.A° Require with the respective report of the national court of auditors, the corresponding national treasury, whose approval The parliament is still pending on January 1871.

2.A° Prepare the projects of resolution that regarding each of those accounts must pronounce the congress.

3.A° To print in separate booklet each account with the respective report of the court and project of the commission. This commission to fill its task, can be put in relation to the executive and the supreme court of auditors.

Art. 2.A ° In the coming distance, the congress will preferably consider the draft resolutions that the parliamentary committee has prepared.

Communicate to the executive branch for compliance.

Congress session room in Sucre, 8 November 1884.

M. Baptista. â €" TomA's Villacgas. †" Juan Francisco Velarde, senator secretary. â€" DA maso SA-Nchez, deputy secretary.

Therefore, I enact it so that it has and will comply as I read from the public.

Palace of government in the capital Sucre, at 30 days of the month of December 1884.

G. PACHECO. †" H. Gutierrez.