Organic Law Judicial Reformed.

Original Language Title: REFÓRMASE LA LEY ORGÁNICA JUDICIAL.

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1 DECREE No. 173

THE LEGISLATURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR, CONSIDERING
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I.- accordance with Article 172 of the Constitution, the judiciary the power to judge and to execute judgments in matters
constitutional, civil, criminal, commercial, labor, agrarian and administrative litigation, as well as others determined by law, having for such purposes, the Supreme Court, initiative law under Article 133 Ordinal
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II.- That Article 1 of the Constitution mandates that the human person is the origin
and purpose of the activity of the State; therefore obtain this purpose requires that the service of the administration of justice is assured, with the inexorable budget the appointment of qualified staff for the performance
office.
III.- That pursuant to Article 186 9th attribution. of the Constitution and Article 6 of the Law of the Judicial Career, it corresponds to the Supreme Court to appoint
Judges of the Chambers of Second Instance, the Court of First Instance and Justices of the Peace, from lists proposed by the National Council of the Judiciary.
IV.- That pursuant to section 23 paragraph one of the Organic Judiciary Act, there will be many Judges of First Instance and alternates Paz, as owners
exist in place, if possible.
V.- That many alternate appointment of Judges and Secretaries
fall in judicial employees who can not be called indefinitely to take over courthouses, for any of the reasons mentioned legally, under the limiting current time, as the law grants public servants
only sixty days without pay, in accordance with Article 12 of the Law of time off, holidays and Licensing public Employees, insufficient time to deal calls for locum .
VI.- In this situation, and on the basis of ensuring a swift and effective justice, through effective substitute Judges appeal, the Supreme Court of Justice has proposed that
court clerks and other employees of that body State, who are named as such, can serve in that capacity in cases determined by law, as long as may be necessary
; ie during the duration of the substitution that should be covered.
THEREFORE

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in exercise of its constitutional powers and initiative of Deputies Flores Santiago Alfaro, Alberto Armando Romero Rodriguez, Luis Ernesto Muyshondt García Prieto, Mario Antonio Ponce Lopez, Gabriel Murillo
Jose Arnoldo Duarte and Martyr Marin Villanueva. DECREES
:
Art. 1. hereby added a final paragraph to Article 23 of the Organic Judiciary Act, as follows:
"The Supreme Court may call the judiciary servers that hold the quality of temporary judges, to assume duties as such, in cases determined by law; whichever grant a permit for as long as necessary, provided these do not affect the good performance
service ordinarily provide the Court or office where they work as employees. "
Art. 2. This Decree shall enter into force eight days after its publication in the Official Journal.
GIVEN IN THE BLUE ROOM OF THE LEGISLATIVE PALACE: San Salvador, on the twelfth day of November in the year two thousand and fifteen.
LORENA GUADALUPE MENDOZA PEÑA, PRESIDENT
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GUILLERMO ANTONIO NAVARRETE GALLEGOS Ana Vilma Albanez de Escobar,
FIRST VICE. SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
ORANTES SERAFIN JOSE RODRIGUEZ, NORMAN NOEL GONZALEZ Quijano,
THIRD VICE. FOURTH VICE.
SANTIAGO FLORES ALFARO,
FIFTH VICE.
GUILLERMO FRANCISCO MATA BENNETT, DAVID REYES ERNESTO MOLINA,
first secretary. Second Secretary.
MARIO ALBERTO GUERRERO TENORIO, REYNALDO ANTONIO LOPEZ Cardoza
Third Secretary. Fourth secretary.
JACKELINE AVALOS NOEMI RIVERA, JORGE ALBERTO ESCOBAR BERNAL,
QUINTA Secretariat. SIXTH SECRETARY.
ABILIO Orestes MENJIVAR RODRIGUEZ, JOSE FRANCISCO LOPEZ MERINO,
seventh Secretary. EIGHTH SECRETARY.
PRESIDENTIAL HOUSE: San Salvador, on the twenty fourth day of November in the year two thousand and fifteen.

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PUBLISHED,
Salvador Sanchez Ceren, President of the Republic.
Benito Antonio Lara Fernández, Minister of Justice and Public Security.
OJ No. 217 Volume No. 409
Date: November 25, 2015 FN
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