The Art Reformed. 26 Law Institute Welfare Salvadorean Magisterial.

Original Language Title: REFÓRMASE EL ART. 26 DE LA LEY DEL INSTITUTO SALVADOREÑO DE BIENESTAR MAGISTERIAL.

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DECREE No. 887 THE LEGISLATURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR, CONSIDERING
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I.- accordance with Articles 50 and 65 of the Constitution, security office is a mandatory public service; and the health of the inhabitants of the Republic constitutes a public good. The State and people are obliged to ensure their conservation and restoration.
II.- by Legislative Decree No. 485 dated 22 November 2007, published in the Official Gazette No. 236, Volume No. 377, dated December 18 the same year, was issued Salvadoran Institute for Teachers 'Welfare, through which the Salvadoran Institute for Teachers' Welfare, whose purpose is the management of contributions intended to finance a special program to provide service medical and hospital care was created, and coverage occupational hazards, among others, for teachers working for the state in the Field of Education, your spouse or partner and their children.
III.- today, there have been various problems affecting public servants teachers in the application of Benefits License, specifically in the field covered by Article 26 of the same Act because it is being used the criterion that the three months referred to, are cumulative throughout the working life of public servants teachers, restringiéndoseles thus the right of prior related license, so it becomes necessary to issue the reform to clearly establish the right to license public servants teachers, when an illness or accident occurs them a temporary incapacity for work, is up to three months with pay during each year.
THEREFORE,
in exercise of its constitutional powers and initiative of MEPs: Luis Alberto Valdes Enrique Soto, Francisco Guillermo Mata Bennett, Manuel Vicente Menjivar Esquivel, Irma Palacios Lourdes Vasquez, Antonio Ernesto Angulo Milla, Francisco José Zablah Safie, Ana Vilma Albanez de Escobar, Damian Joy, Felix Agreda Chachagua, Lucía del Carmen Ayala Leon, Ana Lucia Baires Martinez, Blanca Estela Barahona de Reyes, Marta Evelyn Batres Araujo, Yohalmo Edmundo Cabrera Chacon, Manuel Orlando Cabrera Candray Carmen Elena Calderón Sol Escalon, Silvia Alejandrina Castro Figueroa, Crissia Suhan Chavez Garcia, Dario Alejandro Girls Argueta, Ricardo Humberto Contreras Henríquez, José Dennis Cordova Elizondo, Norma Cristina Cornejo Amaya, Valentin Aristides Corpeño, Adam Cortez, Carlos Cortez Hernandez, Roberto José d'Aubuisson Munguía, Nery Arely Aguilar Diaz, Antonio Echeverria Veliz, René Escalante Gustavo Zelaya, Julio Cesar Fabian Perez, Emma Julia Fabian Hernandez, Carmen Elena Figueroa Rodriguez, Flores Santiago Alfaro, Melvin David Gonzalez Bonilla, Coralia Patricia Guerra Andreu, Iris Marisol Henriquez War, Norma Guevara Ramirios Fidelia Jose Wilfredo Guevara Diaz, Fernando Gutierrez Umanzor, Jose Augusto González Hernández, Estela Hernandez Yanet Rodriguez, Samuel de Jesus Lopez
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Hernández, Arnoldo Martyr Marin Villanueva, Alba Elizabeth Marquez, Rodolfo Antonio Martinez, Rolando Mata Fuentes, Misael Mejia Mejia, Juan Carlos Mendoza Portillo, Rafael Tobar Ricardo Morán, José Gabriel Murillo Duarte, Oscar Ayala Ernesto Novoa, Guillermo Antonio Olivo Méndez, José Simón Paz, Mariella Peña Pinto, Manuel Mercedes Portillo Dominguez, Sergio Benigno Portillo Portillo, Lorenzo Rivas Echeverria, Aquilino Rivera Posada, Jackeline Noemi Rivera Avalos, Sonia Margarita Rodríguez Siguenza, Alberto Armando Romero Rodriguez, Marcos Francisco Salazar Umaña Patricia Maria Salazar de Rosales, Mario Alberto Guerrero Tenorio, Abner Ivan Torres Ventura, Gilberto Valdez Jaime Hernandez, Mario Eduardo Valiente Ortiz, Vaquerano Eugenio Donato Rivas, Antonio Vazquez Guadalupe Martinez, and Carlos Zambrano Mario Campos,
DECREES the following:
LAW REFORM WELFARE INSTITUTE SALVADOREAN MAGISTERIAL
Article 1. Article 26 reformed as follows:
"Art. 26. When an illness or accident occurs a temporary incapacity for work, teaching public servants are entitled to be granted a license to attend stop their work with pay for up to ninety days each year. The payment of this benefit will be at the Ministry of Education 100% of base salary and bonuses, if any, that devengare teacher; or the portfolio of State or institution you pay the salary of the teacher, if your registration has been voluntary. "

Article 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 four days of December of the year two thousand and fourteen.
OTHON Sigfrido Reyes Morales, president.
LUIS VALDEZ ENRIQUE ALBERTO SOTO, GUILLERMO ANTONIO NAVARRETE GALLEGOS, FIRST VICE. SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
MERINO JOSE FRANCISCO LOPEZ, MENDOZA PEÑA LORENA GUADALUPE, THIRD VICE. FOURTH VICE.
CARLOS ARMANDO REYES RAMOS, FIFTH VICE.
GUILLERMO FRANCISCO MATA BENNETT, MENJIVAR VICENTE MANUEL ESQUIVEL, first secretary. Second Secretary.
SALGADO SANDRA MARLENE GARCIA, JOSE RAFAEL MACHUCA Zelaya, Third Secretary. Fourth secretary.
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IRMA VASQUEZ PALACIOS, ERNESTO ANTONIO ANGULO MILE, QUINTA Secretariat. SIXTH SECRETARY. JOSE FRANCISCO
ZABLAH SAFIE, ORANTES SERAFIN JOSE RODRIGUEZ, seventh Secretary. EIGHTH SECRETARY.
PRESIDENTIAL HOUSE: San Salvador, on the eighteenth day of December in the year two thousand and fourteen.
Published,
Oscar Samuel Ortiz Ascencio, Vice President,
Manager of the Presidential Office.
Carlos Mauricio Linares Canjura, Minister of Education.
Tomo OJ No. 238 No. 405 Date: December 19, 2014 FNM
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