Decree No. 5797, Of 7 June 2006

Original Language Title: Decreto nº 5.797, de 7 de Junho de 2006

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DECREE NO 5,797, DE June 7, 2006.

Disposes about the execution of the Second Additional Protocol to the Economic Supplementation Agreement in the 59, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Argentine Republic, the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, States Parties to Mercosur, and the Governments of the Bolivarian republic of Venezuela, the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Ecuador, of March 30, 2006.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC, in the use of the attribution conferring you the art. 84, inciso IV, of the Constitution, and

Considering that the 1980 Treaty of Montevideo, which created the Latin American Association of Integration (ALADI), signed by Brazil on August 12, 1980 and approved by the National Congress, by means of Legislative Decree no 66 of November 16, 1981, provides for the modality of Economic Supplementation Agreement ;

Considering that Plenipotentiaries of the Federative Republic of Brazil, of the Argentine Republic, of the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, States Parties to Mercosur, and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Ecuador, on the basis of the 1980 Treaty of Montevideo, have signed, in Montevideo, in October 18, 2004, the Economic Supplementation Agreement in the 59, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Argentine Republic, the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, States Parties to Mercosur, and the Republic Bolivarian of Venezuela, the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Ecuador, incorporated into Brazilian domestic law by the Decree no 5,361 of January 31, 2005 ;

Considering that Plenipotentiaries of the Federative Republic of Brazil, of the Argentine Republic, of the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, States Parties to Mercosur, and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Ecuador, on the basis of the 1980 Treaty of Montevideo, have signed, in Montevideo, in March 30, 2006, the Second Additional Protocol to the Economic Supplementation Agreement in the 59, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Argentine Republic, the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, States Parties to the Mercosur, and of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Ecuador ;

DECRETA:

Art. 1st Additional Protocol to the Economic Supplementation Agreement no 59, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Republic of Argentina, the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, States Parties to Mercosur, and of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Ecuador, apse by copy to the present Decree, will be executed and fulfilled as entirely as it contains.

Art. 2nd This Decree comes into effect on the date of its publication.

Brasilia, June 7, 2006 ; 185th of the Independence and 118th of the Republic.

LUIZ INACIO LULA DA SILVA

Celso Luiz Nunes Amorim

This text does not replace the published in the D.O.U. of 6/8/2006.

ECONOMIC SUPPLEMENTATION AGREEMENT

SIGNED BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE REPUBLIC

ARGENTINA, OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL,

DA REPUBLIC OF PARAGUAY AND THE REPUBLIC

URUGUAY ORIENTAL, STATES PARTS

DO MERCOSUR AND THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE REPUBLIC

OF COLOMBIA, OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE EQUATOR

AND OF THE BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA-

MEMBER COUNTRIES OF THE ANDINA COMMUNITY

Second Additional Protocol

The Plenipotentiaries of the Argentine Republic, the Federative Republic of Brazil, of the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, in their condition of States Parties to the Common Market of the South (MERCOSUR) on the one hand, and of the Republic of Colombia, the Republic of Ecuador and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Member States Member States Andina, on the other hand, accredited by their respective Governments under powers that have been bestowed in good and due form, deposited expeditiously in the General Secretariat,

VIEW A Resolution N ° 1/05 (REX)-ACE N ° 59, approved by the Administrator Commission of the Economic Supplementation Agreement N ° 59 at its I Extraordinary Meeting, celebrated in Montevideo from 28 a to November 30, 2005,

CONVEEM IN:

Article 1. -Extend the specific requirements of transitional origin for the capital goods sector, between Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela, until June 30, 2006.

Article 2. -Extend the specific requirements of transitional origin applied between Brazil and Colombia, until June 30, 2006.

Article 3. -Extend the specific requirements of transitional origin for PET preforms, between Brazil, Ecuador and Venezuela, until June 30, 2006.

Article 4. -This Protocol shall enter into force bilaterally between the Signator Parties which have communicated to the General Secretariat of ALADI that it has been incorporated into its internal rights under their respective legislations. The General Secretariat of ALADI will inform the respective Signatary Parties of the date of the bilateral duration.

The Signatory Parties will be able to apply this Agreement in a provisional manner as long as they are met procedures necessary for the incorporation of this Protocol to its internal law. The Signatory Parties shall communicate to the General Secretariat of ALADI the provisional application of this Protocol, which on its part shall inform the Signatary Parties the date of bilateral application when it corresponds.

The General Secretariat of the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI) will be depository of the present Protocol, of which it will send duly authenticated copies to the Governments of the Signatary Parties.

IN FIS OF THAT, the respective Plenipotentiaries sign this Protocol in the city of Montevideo, to the thirty days of the month of March of the year two thousand and six, in an original in the Portuguese and Spanish languages, both of which are equally valid texts. (a.:) By the Government of the Argentine Republic: Juan Carlos Olima ; By the Government of the Federative Republic of Brazil: Bernardo Pericás Neto ; By the Government of the Republic of Colombia: Claudia Turbay Quintero ; By the Government of the Republic of Ecuador: Leonardo Carrión Eguiguren ; By the Government of the Republic of Paraguay: Juan Carlos Ramírez Montalbetti ; By the Government of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay: Gonzalo Rodríguez Gigena ; By the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela: María Lourdes Urbaneja.