Introduces Modifications In Law Nâ ° 19.175 S, Orga Nica On Constitutional Government And Administration Regional N; 18.695, Constitutional Nica Orga Of Municipalities; 18.700, Constitutional Nica Orga On Popular Votes And Ballots, And 18.556

Original Language Title: INTRODUCE MODIFICACIONES EN LAS LEYES N°S 19.175, ORGÁNICA CONSTITUCIONAL SOBRE GOBIERNO Y ADMINISTRACIÓN REGIONAL; 18.695, ORGÁNICA CONSTITUCIONAL DE MUNICIPALIDADES; 18.700, ORGÁNICA CONSTITUCIONAL SOBRE VOTACIONES POPULARES Y ESCRUTINIOS, Y 18.556

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"Article 1.-incorporate into law N ° 19.175, organic constitutional Government and Regional Administration, the revised, coordinated and streamlined text was set by the decree with force of law N ° 1, 2005, the Ministry of the Interior, the following article 84 bis:" article 84 bis.-when the electoral court had declared the nullity of a municipal councillors election by final judgement or enforceable, "" the regional Council will be temporarily integrated by directors who are elected by the Councillors from the region, constituted electoral college for each of the respective provinces, excluding those provinces in which there is one or more communes whose election of Councillors has been cancelled.
In the case of these latest provinces, continue to exercise those regional directors who have been elected in the previous election on behalf of the same. These advisors will remain in their posts until the date of appointment of those who are elected, pursuant to the following paragraph.
Made the new election of Councillors in those communities affected by the situation described in the first paragraph, and once installed the respective municipal councils, will take place the election of regional councillors which correspond to the provinces excluded pursuant to this subsection.
The mandate of the regional councillors elected in accordance with the foregoing paragraph shall extend until the period remaining to meet the deadline of four years laid down in article 30 of this law. "."