The First Paragraph Of Reformed Art. 103 Law Police Race.

Original Language Title: REFÓRMASE EL INCISO PRIMERO DEL ART. 103 DE LA LEY DE LA CARRERA POLICIAL.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY-REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR

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DECREE N ° 394

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR,

CONSIDERING:

I.-That in accordance with the provisions of Art. 1 of the Constitution, the State recognizes the human person as the origin and end of the activity of the State

which is organized for the attainment of justice, of legal certainty and of the common good; recognizing likewise, as a human person to every human being from the moment of conception; that Art. 3 of our Primary Law,

states that all persons are equal before the Law; further establishing our Magna Carta in its Art. 32, that the family is the fundamental basis of society and will have the protection of the State.

II.-That by Legislative Decree No. 174, dated November 12, 2015, published in Official Journal No. 213, Volume No. 409, of the 19th of the same month and year,

issued reform to the Law of Asuetuses, Holiday and Licensing of Public Employees, in order to be granted License to the employee for up to sixteen weeks

III.

That among the benefits that can be noted when granting the maternity leave benefit are highlighted the permanent care of the mother towards the newborn, the strengthening the affective link between mother and child, the

inherent benefits of facilitating breastfeeding reflected in the health and survival of children, as a result of the immunity conferred on them, reducing infant mortality and having health benefits that

reach into adulthood.

IV.-That for the reasons outlined above, it becomes necessary to reform the

Law of the Police Race, establishing a License of up to sixteen week in the concept of a Maternity License.

BY TANTO,

in use of his Constitutional faculties and at the initiative of the Deputies Rodolfo Antonio Parker

Soto and Numan Pompilio Salgado García, with the support of the Deputies Lorena Guadalupe Peña Mendoza, Guillermo Antonio Gallegos Navarrete, Ana Vilma Albáñez Escobar, José Serafin Orantes Rodríguez, Norman Noel Quijano González, Santiago Flores Alfaro, Guillermo Francisco Mata Bennett, David Ernesto

Reyes Molina, Jackeline Noemi Rivera Avalos, Jose Francisco Merino Lopez, Jose Antonio Almendariz Rivas, Rodrigo Avila Aviles, Misael Mejia Mejia, Roger Alberto Blandino Nerio, Manuel Orlando Cabrera Candray, Hortensia Margarita Lopez Quintana, Mauricio Ernesto Vargas Valdez, Juan Pablo Herrera Rivas, Jose

Mauricio Rivera, Ana Marina Alvarenga Barahona, Ana Lucia Baires de Martinez, Marta Evelyn Batres Araujo, Yohalmo Edmundo Cabrera Chacon, Silvia Alejandrina Castro Figueroa, Norma Cristina Cornejo Amaya, Valentin Aristides Corpeno, Alma Cruz, René Alfredo Portillo Cuadra, Raul Omar Cuellar, Carmen Elena Calderón Sol de Escalón, María Marta Concepción Valladares Mendoza, Juan Manuel de Jesús Flores

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Cornejo, Nelson Funes, Jorge Adalberto Josue Godoy Cardoza, Gloria Elizabeth Gomez de Salgado, Jesús Grande, Estela Yanet Hernández Rodríguez, Karla Elena Hernández Molina, Bonner Francisco Jimenez

Belloso, José Antonio Lara Herrera, Ana Mercedes Larrave de Ayala, Mauricio Roberto Linares Ramírez, Audelia Guadalupe Lopez, Cristina Esmeralda López, Martyr Arnoldo Marín Villanueva, Mario Marroquín Mejía, Rodolfo Antonio Martinez, Rolando Mata Fuentes, Calixto Mejia Hernandez, Jose Santos Melara

Yanes, Juan Carlos Mendoza Portillo, Ana Victoria Mendoza de Zacarias, Carlos Roberto Menjivar Vanegas, Julio Cesar Miranda Quezada, Jose Mario Mirasol Crystals, José Alfredo Mirón Ruiz, Carlos Armando Munguía Sandoval, José Gabriel Murillo Duarte, Ernesto Luis Muyshondt García Prieto, Ana Maria Gertrudis

Ortiz Lemus, Lisseth Arely Palma Figueroa, Felipe Rolando Perla Mendoza, Zoila Beatriz Quijada Solis, Nelson de Jesus Quintanilla Gomez, Carlos Armando Reyes Ramos, Francisco Jose Rivera Chacon, Vilma Carolina Rodriguez Davila, Alberto Armando Romero Rodriguez, Carlos Alberto Garcia, Marcos Francisco

Salazar Umana, Jaime Orlando Sandoval, Manuel Rigoberto Soto Lazo, Victor Hugo Suazo Alvarez, Carlos Alfonso Tejada Ponce, Pablo de Jesus Urquilla Granado, Jaime Gilberto Valdez Hernandez, Patricia Valdivieso, Juan Alberto Valiente Alvarez, Donato Eugenio Vaquerano Rivas, Guadalupe Antonio Vázquez

Martinez, Ricardo Andres Velasquez Parker, Reina Guadalupe Villalta, John Tennant Wright Sol and Francisco Jose Zablah Safie.

DECCRETA, la next:

LAW ENFORCEMENT REFORM.

Art. 1.-Reform the first point of Art. 103, as follows:

" Art. 103.-A license shall be granted for up to sixteen weeks with pay for each delivery,

to any employee of the Police Corporation in the case of maternity, twelve of which shall be compulsorily taken after delivery; be given inescapably, whatever the working time of the employee. "

Art. 2.-This Decree shall enter into force eight days after its publication in the Official Journal.

GIVEN IN THE BLUE HALL OF THE LEGISLATIVE PALACE: San Salvador, two days of the month of June of the year two thousand sixteen.

LORENA GUADALUPE PEÑA MENDOZA, PRESIDENT.

GUILLERMO ANTONIO GALLEGOS NAVARRETE, ANA VILMA ALMASEZ DE ESCOBAR, FIRST VICE PRESIDENT. SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT.

JOSÉ SERAFIN ORANTES RODRÍGUEZ, NORMAN NOEL QUIJANO GONZÁLEZ, THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT. FOURTH VICE-PRESIDENT.

SANTIAGO FLORES ALFARO, FIFTH VICE PRESIDENT.

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GUILLERMO FRANCISCO MATA BENNETT, DAVID ERNESTO REYES MOLINA, FIRST SECRETARY. SECOND SECRETARY.

MARIO ALBERTO TENORIO GUERRERO, REYNALDO ANTONIO LÓPEZ CARDOZA, THIRD SECRETARY. FOURTH SECRETARY.

JACKELINE NOEMI RIVERA AVALOS, JORGE ALBERTO ESCOBAR BERNAL, FIFTH SECRETARY. SIXTH SECRETARY.

ABILIO ORESTES RODRÍGUEZ MENJÍVAR, JOSÉ FRANCISCO MERINO LÓPEZ, SEVENTH SECRETARY. EIGHTH SECRETARY.

CASA PRESIDENTIAL: San Salvador, at the fourteenth day of June of the year two thousand sixteen.

PUBESQUIESE,

Salvador Sánchez Cerén,

President of the Republic.

Mauricio Ernesto Ramírez Landaverde, Minister of Justice and Public Safety.

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Took N ° 411 Date: June 14, 2016

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