Decree No. 3534, Of 3 July 2000

Original Language Title: Decreto nº 3.534, de 3 de Julho de 2000

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DECREE NO. 3,534, OF July 3, 2000.

Disposes on the execution of the Eighth Additional Protocol (Regime of Solution of Controversies) to the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 36, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Argentine Republic, the Republic of Paraguay, and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, as States Parties to the MERCOSUR, and the Government of the Republic of Bolivia, of April 27, 2000.

O PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC, in the use of the assignment that gives him the art. 84, inciso lV, of the Constitution,

CONSIDERING the Treaty of Montevideo of 1980, which created the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI), firmed by Brazil on August 12, 1980 and approved by the National Congress through Legislative Decree No. 66 of November 16, 1981, provides for the modality of Complementation Agreement Economic;

Considering that the Plenipotentiaries of the Federative Republic of Brazil, of the Argentine Republic, the Republic of Paraguay, and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, as States Parties to the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR), and of the Republic of Bolivia, based on the Treaty of Montevideo of 1980, signed on April 27, 2000, in Montevideo, the Eighth Additional Protocol (Regime of Solution of Controversies) to the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 36, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Argentine Republic, the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of the Uruguay, as States Parties to MERCOSUR, and the Government of the Republic of Bolivia;

DECRETA:

Art. 1º The Eighth Additional Protocol (Control Regime of Controveries) to the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 36, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil of the Argentine Republic, of the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, as States Part of the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR) and the Government of the Republic of Bolivia, Apenso by copy to the present Decree, it will be executed and fulfilled as entirely as it contains.

Art. 2º This Decree goes into effect on the date of its publication.

Brasilia, July 3, 2000; 179º of Independence and 112º of the Republic.

FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO

Luiz Felipe Lampreia

ECONOMIC SUPPLEMENTATION AGREEMENT NO. 36 CONCLUDED BETWEEN THE STATES PARTIES OF MERCOSUR AND THE REPUBLIC OF THE BOLIVIA

8th Additional Protocol

The Plenipotentiaries of the Argentine Republic, of the Federative Republic of Brazil, of the Republic of Paraguay and the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, in their condition of States Parties of the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR), on the one hand, and of the Republic of Bolivia, on the other, accredited by their respective Governments second powers that were bestoed in good and due shape, deposited opportunely in the General Secretariat of the Association,

DECK IN:

Art. 1º.-Extending, from 29 of February 2000 until the entry into force of the new Controvering Solution Regime, the duration of Annex 11,?Control Regime of Controversies?, of the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 36.

Art. 2º.-The present Protocol will enter into force on the date of its signature.

The General Secretariat of the Association shall be the depositary of this Protocol, of which it will send duly certified copies to the signatory Governments.

IN FÉ DO THAT, the respective Plenipotentiaries sign the present Protocol in the city of Montevideo, at the twenty days of the month of April two thousand, in an original in the Portuguese and Spanish languages, being both texts being equally valid.

By the Government of the Argentine Republic:

Carlos Onis Vigil

By the Government of the Federative Republic of Brazil:

José Artur Denot Medeiros

By the Government of the Republic of Paraguay:

Efrain Dario Centurión

By the Government of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay:

Jorge Tálice

By the Government of the Republic of Bolivia:

Mario Lea Plaza Torri