Reform Is The Law Special Of Public Public Private.

Original Language Title: REFÓRMASE LA LEY ESPECIAL DE ASOCIOS PÚBLICO PRIVADOS.

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1. Decree No. 666 in the Legislative Assembly of the Republic of EL SALVADOR, considering: I.-that the Constitution of the Republic establishes that the economic order should respond essentially at the beginning of social justice, that they tend to make an existence worthy of human beings, to all inhabitants of the country and must state to promote economic and social development through the increase of the production productivity and the rational use of resources, as well as encourage various sectors of production and defend the interests of consumers.
II.-that also guarantees economic freedom, in what not oppose the social, by also setting interest shall be promoted and protected the economic associations that tend to increase the national wealth through better use of the natural and human resources, and to promote a fair distribution of the benefits arising out of its activities, and in this kind of associations , besides them private, may participate the State, the municipalities and the entities of utility public.
III.-that by Decree legislative N ° 379, of date 23 of mayo of 2013, published in the daily official N ° 102, take N ° 399, of the 5 of June of 2013, was approved the law special of partners public private.
IV.-that in order to attract more foreign investment by private public public projects, is necessary to reform the law referred to in the previous recital.
Therefore, use of his constitutional powers and on the initiative of the deputies Carmen Elena Calderón de Escalón, Lorena Guadalupe Pena Mendoza, Mariela Pena Pinto and Bertha Mercedes Avilés de Rodríguez, and the deputies Donato Eugenio Vaquerano Rivas, José Francisco Merino López, Guillermo Antonio Gallegos Navarrete, Douglas Leonardo Mejia Aviles, Rodolfo Antonio Parker Soto, Sigifredo Ochoa Pérez, Orestes Fredesman Ortez Andrade , Mario Antonio Ponce Lopez, Wilfredo Iraheta Sanabria, Jesus large and martyr Arnoldo Marin Villanueva, with the support of the members Adam Cortez, Jose Rinaldo manageress Villeda, Melvin David Gonzalez Bonilla, Carlos Walter Guzman Coto, Rafael Ricardo Morán Tobar, blonde Ronal Rivas Recinos, Rodrigo Samayoa Rivas, Mario Alberto Tenorio Warrior, Guadalupe Antonio Vasquez Martinez and Francisco Jose Zablah Safie.
DECREES the following: reforms to the law special of partners public private 2 Art. 1.-interlayer is among them Arts. 4 and 5, article 4-A, as well: article 4-A.-corresponds to the Prosecutor General of the Republic, representing the State in the contracts of private public partnership to be developed under any of the arrangements referred to in article 4 of this law, shall also ensure that in any kind of concessions granted by the State, it meets the requirements , conditions and purposes set forth therein and exercise actions, according to the provisions of article 193, ordinal 5 ° and 10 ° of the Constitution in this regard.
Article 2.-replace the literal to) article 5, the following: "to) Autosostenibles: those where the income derived from the rates or values directly charged users cover the costs of the project during the term of the contract and allow the private participant get a return adequate to the risk assumed and corresponding to market conditions" without resources or guarantees of any kind from the State to sue. The assets that are owned by the State before the approval of the project by the Board of Directors of PROESA shall be subject under the terms of the preceding article unless this project ceases to be self-sustaining."
Article 3.-replace the literal g) of article 10, by the following: "g) warning non-compliance with the obligations of the participant private during the exploitation phase, shall notify the OFAPP, for appropriate to verify the information provided and, in case of ratifying it, adopt the necessary measures or to apply corresponding penalties or sanctions."
Article 4.-repeal the articles 11, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 18.
Article 5.-reforming the Art.14, by the following: "(Funciones deel Consejo Directivo de PROESA Art. 14.-El Consejo Directivo de PROESA tendrá las siguientes funciones, en lo referido a esta Ley: a) propose to the President of the Republic, the policies of public association private;"
(b) approve the projects of public private partnership, its bidding rules and its projects of contract and contract modifications in the terms established in this law, in cases where appropriate;
(c) develop and coordinate with them authorities competent, them plans, policies and standards for the development and good operation of them contracts of associate public-private in their different modalities;

3 d) ensure the adequate development of the partnership public - private policies;
(e) define the origin or inadmissibility for a new tender, served the term of a contract or terminate the contract on the other causal, upon proposal of the contracting institution of the State;
(f) report annually to the President of the Republic and to the Legislative Assembly on administrative, financial and technical management, as well as the mechanisms and transparency actions implemented in private public partnership contracts signed; (y, g) run other faculties and comply with other functions or powers assigned to it by this Act or the regulations. "
Article 6.-reforming article 15, for the following: "(Funciones de PROESA Art. 15.-Sin perjuicio de las facultades conferidas en otras leyes, PROESA tendrá las siguientes funciones, en lo referido a esta Ley: a) advise the Contracting State institutions, who wish to promote public partnership projects private, in their respective spheres of competence;"
(b) identifying opportunities and promote public private partnership mechanism in public institutions to provide services prioritized by the Board of Directors of PROESA;
(c) promote public private partnership mechanism and the portfolios of projects between investors and potential funders and the community in general;
d) appoint the Member representing PROESA in tendering procedures evaluation committees;
e) publishing in its institutional portal all actions and decisions related to projects, contracts and their execution, according to the information that send you the Contracting State institutions;
f) maintain a broad policy of public information and accountability to the society; (y, g) comply with other functions or powers assigned to it by this Act or the regulations. "
Article 7.-replace literal b) of article 19, by the following: "b) require and obtain part of PROESA, of the contracting institution of the State or 4 any other institution of the relevant State, the information necessary to fulfill its function of evaluation of the projects."
Article 8.-reform article 20, by the following: "article 20.-in cases in which the contract or its amendments stipulated the State in favor of the private participant payments or payments of the participant private for the State fiscal year, exceeding the respective Contracting institution of the State shall include in its draft budget for each fiscal year during the term of the contract, equal to the stipulated payment allocation, as well as the estimate of the revenue to perceive as the private participant payments where appropriate.
Firm obligations that exceed the fiscal year should be treated as debt for tax accounting purposes only. The Ministry of Finance shall issue the necessary accounting rules for the assessment and registration of firm and contingent commitments. In addition, you must keep the updated control of commitments. The Board of Directors of PROESA shall ensure that at least once every three years is carried out an independent evaluation of the expected amount of contingent commitments.
The accumulated amount of firm and contingent payments quantifiable, net of income contingent, taken by way of contracts of public-private partnership, calculated at present value, shall not exceed three percent of gross domestic product from the previous year."
Article 9.-reforming article 23, by the following: ' article 23.-the OFAPP will begin operations when the Board of Directors of PROESA approves the origin of the first public-private partnership, for which, in accordance with the law, there were no sectoral regulatory or audit entities. "
"PROESA shall inform the authorities in charge of the appointment of the Board of Directors of the OFAPP, so that they proceed in one period not more than ninety days to appoint its members under the terms established in articles 24 and 25 of this Act."
Article 10.-reforming article 28, first paragraph literal c) and literal second subparagraph (b)) with the following: "(Serán funciones deel OFAPP: c) request to the Contracting State institutions and private participants the information that is necessary for the performance of their duties." If not to meet such requirements, the OFAPP can start the respective punitive procedure".
"They will be functions of the President of the OFAPP: 5"

(b) initial applications to the OFAPP procedures for the imposition of sanctions and penalties against the contracting institutions of the State and participating private, for alleged breaches to their obligations arising from law or the contract, respectively."
Article 11.-reforming article 32, by the following: economic feasibility of the project: must demonstrate that the project generates social economic value " , and determined by an analysis of value for money, that the public-private partnership modality is the more efficient and effective way of achieving the desired ends. In particular, you must justify the appropriateness of using the mechanism of public-private partnership as an alternative to traditional forms of public investment. Study must classify the project according to their economic nature as self-sustaining or co-financed, in accordance with this law;
(b) fiscal impact assessment: must contain, among others, the estimation of the impact of budgetary and financial during the fiscal years in which intends to running public-private partnership contracts, the financial plans that will be made to serve with charge to their own budgetary burdens assignments involving the execution of these contracts; in the same way, you must incorporate obligations which will contract the State by virtue of the execution of contracts in reference, in accordance with regulated by this law; and, c) social impact assessment: must be an analysis of the social impacts and their respective mitigation measures.
Without limiting the foregoing, and in cases where required by applicable law, the feasibility study should incorporate a preliminary analysis of environmental risks and their respective measures of mitigation, as well as engineering studies and others who are covered by the regulation.
The contracting institution of the State shall forward the feasibility study to the Board of Directors of PROESA, which will verify that it meets the requirements set out in the regulation. He Council management of PROESA, will resolve with regard to the admission of the study in a term not greater to five days counted starting from its reception. Such resolution shall be posted on the portal institutional of PROESA.
Within one period not exceeding five days from the issuance of the decision of admission, the Board of Directors of PROESA must send copy of the study to the Ministry of finance, to make this issue their opinion, which must be carried out within one period not exceeding 45 days, will be mandatory pronouncement of the Ministry of Finance within the period referred not to do so, you shall be the sanction provided for in this law in breach of this obligation to employees or officers.

6 with the opinion favourable of the Ministry of Hacienda, the Council management of PROESA, approve or reject the project of associate public-private. The Council management of PROESA will issue its resolution in a term not greater of twenty days for projects of initiative public, and in a term not greater of ninety days for projects of initiative private. When the project is approved by the Board of Directors of PROESA, it also authorized in the same resolution the beginning of the tender procedure. Rejected projects will be returned to the contracting institution of the State that presented them, which can be reformularlos and present them again to meet the requirements of the law."
Art.12.-reforming article 33, by the following: "article 33.-in cases where the contracting institution of the State does not have the feasibility study, may submit to the Board of Directors of PROESA a project pre-feasibility study. If approved by the Board of Directors of PROESA, it will proceed to carry out the feasibility study. The approval of the prefeasibility study will have a validity of one year and may be extended by a reasoned resolution. If the Board of Directors of PROESA rejects the prefeasibility study, be returning to the contracting institution of the State, which can reformulate it. The Board of Directors of PROESA will have a period of sixty days for the approval or rejection of the prefeasibility study.
In the case of the public Publico-privados of the letter c) of article 4 of this law, prior to the presentation of the project to the Board of Directors of PROESA, the contracting institution of the State, shall submit the prefeasibility study to approval by the Superintendency of competition to give effect to the provisions of this article. The Superintendency of competition shall have a period of thirty days from its presentation to issue his decision. After this term without is had issued its resolution, is presumed favorable.
The contents of the prefeasibility study will be regulated by the rules of procedure. The feasibility study will be carried out by an independent specialized institution. PROESA will provide technical support to the contracting institution of the State to carry out the feasibility study."
Article 13.-reforming the Art. 34, by the following: 'article 34.-Once issued authorisation resolution by the Board of Directors of PROESA, the contracting institution of the State and PROESA will sign an agreement that will establish the scope of the functions that the latter will play during the tender procedure. The Convention should provide that PROESA will participate in the design of the bases of tenders and contracts, as well as processes for the promotion of private investment.
By way of exception, the contracting institution of the State and PROESA, also may sign an agreement of cooperation once approved the pre-feasibility study of the project in terms of the preceding article."
Art. 14.-reform is the Art. 38, by the following: "article 38.-the institution contracting of the State, in joint with PROESA, shall draw up them bases of 7 tender, which must be approved by the Council management of PROESA, prior opinion favorable of the Ministry of Hacienda on them implications tax of the project, and prior opinion of the OFAPP on them levels of service, them standards technical and the regime tariff" respectively. For this purpose, PROESA ask both institutions for their respective opinions, which must be issued in one period not greater than thirty days. Of not issuing them within the deadline you'll understand favorable.
At the same time and in the same term of the preceding paragraph, PROESA shall send a copy of the bidding rules to the Superintendency of competition, in the exercise of its legal powers, issue non binding opinion on whether the bidding rules may limit, restrict or significantly impede competition.
During the tender procedure, bidders can make an enquiry about the bidding rules, which must be answered by the bidding entity, and will have a public nature."
Article 15.-reforming article 40 literal b), with the following: "b) officers and employees of the contracting institution of the State, PROESA, the OFAPP or sectoral regulators."
Article 16.-reforming article 42, the first paragraph and third subparagraph d) with the following: "technical and economic bids will be evaluated by a Committee which shall be composed of a representative of PROESA, a representative of the Ministry of finance and two representatives of the contracting institution of the State."
"Shall not be members of a Committee for evaluation, expert or advisors, who:" "d) have kinship within the fourth degree of consanguinity or second of affinity with any bidder, with the higher authority of the contracting institution of the State, the Board of Directors of PROESA or OFAPP."
Article 17.-reforming article 48, literal a) and b) with the following: "to) that by its economic nature have been qualified as self-sustaining by the contracting institution of the State and the Board of Directors of PROESA;
(b) you do not correspond to a work which, at the time of the presentation of the project of private initiative, is being studied by PROESA or any Contracting State institution, to be executed through partnership public - private mode. For these purposes, PROESA and mentioned other institutions shall maintain a public list of projects in study for undergoing this mode."
Article 18.-reforming the Art. 49, second and third subparagraph by the following: "the contracting institution of the State shall have a maximum period of sixty days to pronounce on the pre-feasibility study. If the Contracting State institution not deemed of interest 8 project, it shall notify the proponent in writing. If the Contracting State institution considers it of interest, it shall request an opinion from the Board of Directors of PROESA.

The opinion requested by the contracting institution of the State to the Board of Directors of PROESA, shall be binding and must be pronounced within one period not exceeding 45 days. With the assent of the Board of Directors of PROESA, the contracting institution of the State shall proceed to issue a formal statement of interest in the proposal and notify the proponent. "If the opinion of the Board of Directors of PROESA is unfavorable, the contracting institution of the State shall issue a declaration of no interest and shall notify the proponent."
Article 19.-reforming article 50, by the following: "article 50.-interest statements, will be published only once in two newspapers of national circulation, as well as the institutional website of the contracting institution of the State and PROESA, to third parties, within a maximum period of sixty days, to manifest their interest with respect to the implementation of an alternative project falling upon any of the assets of the State" , identified in the proposed original.
PROESA and the institution contracting of the State, will be empowered to perform them activities of promotion that deem suitable, and that to his trial promote the concurrency of third interested.
There is no third parties interested in the implementation of an alternative project, the proponent of the private initiative must submit feasibility studies under the terms of article 32 of this Act within the period of one year. This period will be extended by reasoned decision.
Of exist one or more interested in the execution of a project alternative, these must present a guarantee of that in a term not greater to ninety days will present a study of prefeasibility. Received them studies, the institution contracting of the State, in coordination with the Council management of PROESA and in the term maximum of forty and five days, must select that proposed, that properly sustained, offer the project that has the greater profitability social. In addition, shall be required to the respective proponent submitted the feasibility study under the terms of article 32 of this law.
Of what was decided jointly between the contracting institution of the State and the Board of Directors of PROESA must be notified to all proponents have frequented.
Issued resolutions in this procedure, including declarations of interest or no interest, not accepted any resource or action of claim by proponents and will not generate any responsibility for the contracting institution of the State or any other public entity involved in the assessment."
Article 20.-reforming article 53, by the following: "article 53.-corresponds to the legislature empower organ Executive to tender projects public association private involving firm and commitments contingent in exercises 9 future tax, which will be approved at least with the vote of half plus one of the elected members, projects that contain the work or service to be developed and location" the time limit of the project, the maximum amount of the project, and the economic and social justification of the public private partnership. The contracts referred to in this provision including the firm award resolution, must be subject to knowledge of the Legislative Assembly, which shall be approved at least with the favorable vote of half plus one of the elected members.
No approval by the legislature, will not generate the payment of financial commitments of the State with the bidders or bidders."
Article 21.-reforming article 54, by the following: ' article 54.-will be up to the legislature, approve contracts that do not involve firm and contingent commitments in future fiscal years; " in those cases in which these include public works concession, involving the delivery for a period determined by the participant private, by any Contracting State institution of goods or material works which have the nature of national assets for public use, the award must be submitted to the approval of the Legislative Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of article 120 of the Constitution of the Republic.
For such effect, the President of the Republic sent to the Assembly legislative, the project of contract, and it resolution firm of award by the institution contracting of the State, so appropriate to the approval or disapproval of the contract.
In the event that the legislature does not approve the concession contract, this will not generate any economic compromise between the State and participating private, whether as suppliers; they will participate in the respective administrative processes at own peril."
Article 22.-reforming article 63, first by the following paragraph: "article 63.-the contracting institution of the State, with the approval of the Board of Directors of PROESA, granted with the prior assent of the Ministry of finance from the fiscal perspective and the OFAPP on matters within their competence, may require the modification of the characteristics of the works or services" in order to increase the levels of service and technical standards established in the bidding rules, or for other reasons of public interest duly reasoned. For this purpose, PROESA ask both institutions for their respective opinions, which must be issued in one period not greater than thirty days. Expiry of this period without which it would have delivered the opinion, will it be presumed favorable."
Article 23.-reforming article 64, first by the following paragraph: "article 64.-the contracting institution of the State, with the approval of the Board of Directors of PROESA, granted with the prior assent of the Ministry of finance, from a tax perspective and the OFAPP on matters within their competence, may agree with the private participant the modification of the characteristics of the works and contracted services" in order to increase the levels of service and technical standards established in the bidding rules. For this purpose, the Board of Directors of PROESA ask both institutions their respective opinions, which must be issued in 10, one period not greater than thirty days. Expiry of this period without which it would have delivered the opinion, will it be presumed favorable."
Article 24.-reforming article 69, by the following: "(Art. 69.-La institución contratante deel Estado, previa autorización deel Consejo Directivo de PROESA, podrá suspender temporalmente el contrato por: a) fortuitous case or force majeure duly proven, according to the provisions on the basis of tender and the contract;" and, b) for any other reason that the bidding rules establish.
For the suspension of the contract, the contracting institution of the State shall issue a resolution reasoned, not may exceed, the suspension, the period of forty-five days from the issuance of this resolution. The contracting institution of the State may be extended for an equal period, with prior authorization of the Board of Directors of PROESA. The temporary suspension of the contract will not generate any responsibility for the contracting institution of the State."
Article 25.-reforming the article 70, literal b) by the following: "b) abandonment of the project or gross breach of contractual, defined obligations in the bidding rules, declared by the contracting institution of the State, upon approval of the Board of Directors of PROESA."
Article 26.-reforming the article 71, first paragraph by the following: "If the public interest so requires it, the contracting institution of the State can put an end to contract in advance. For this purpose it shall require the approval of the Board of Directors of PROESA, who can grant it prior favourable opinion of the Ministry of finance from the fiscal perspective and the OFAPP, on matters within its competence. The only completion may be requested if meets any of the following causes."
Article 27.-reforming article 72, first subparagraph by the following: "in order to increase service levels, and improve the technical standards of the project, the contracting institution of the State and the private participant may agree terminate the contract by mutual agreement. For this purpose, they must apply for approval to the Board of Directors of PROESA who can grant it with prior favourable opinion of the Ministry of finance from the fiscal perspective and the OFAPP, on matters within its competence. After obtaining this approval, the contracting institution of the State should carry out a tender to award a new contract, referred to the same project. In all cases, the original contract shall continue until the beginning of the new period."
Article 28.-reforming article 73, second and third subparagraphs by the following: 11 "within the period of one hundred and eighty days from the Declaration of default or neglect, the contracting institution of the State shall appoint a new participant private from a list proposed by the majority of creditors. Members of this list must comply with the requirements established in the bidding rules, requirements that may be amended by resolution of the Board of Directors of PROESA, under new history that reveal insufficient originals.

In the event that the replacement has not been conducted within that period, the contracting institution of the State tendered the contract by remaining term or a new one, prior approval of the Council directive of PROESA."
Article 29.-reforming article 77, by the following: "for purposes of control of service levels, the OFAPP shall verify compliance with the technical standards related to these levels, to the requirements of the tender and the contract bases. PROESA must also apply penalties arising from failure to comply with their respective obligations, according to the contract."
Article 30.-reform is the Art. 87, by the following: "(Art. 87.-the OFAPP will impose sanctions to it institution contracting of the State or to the participant private, according to the case, by its responsibility in them following infractions: to) (violations serious: i) hinder them functions of control of the OFAPP."
(ii) does not appear quite rightly staff appointments submitted by the OFAPP.
(iii) does not respond within the time limit set to the effect, instructions and requirements of information formulated by the OFAPP.
(iv) violate the rights of users established in the present law.
(v) refuse to provide information required by the OFAPP.
((b) very serious infringements: i) provide false information.
(ii) proceed to the recovery of rates out of regulated.
The sanctions for serious infringements consist of fines, which may climb 12 twenty-five to five hundred times the monthly minimum wage in the sector commerce and services. Penalties for very serious offences, consist of fines that can ascend five hundred a to k times the monthly minimum wage in the sector commerce and services, whose determination the OFAPP should bear in mind the magnitude of the damage caused by the infringement, the recurrence of the infringement, the benefit derived from the infringement and the economic capacity of the offender.
Sanctions will be imposed, without prejudice to the actions that the affected person can exercise against the head, to effect of repairing the damage directly caused by the offence, if any.
Them contracts of associate public-private may contain the amount of the penalties that will be consequence of the breach of the obligations eminently contractual.
The OFAPP, during the exploitation phase, shall impose sanctions for breach of legal obligations or penalties for breach of contractual obligations, prior administrative procedure that may initiate ex officio or on request.
Initiated the procedure, the OFAPP must be notified of the charges to the Party allegedly responsible, who shall have a period of fifteen days as from notification to formulate disclaimers and provide the relevant evidence. Won the time period granted for that purpose, the OFAPP must dictate and notify your resolution within 15 days.
Of determined by the OFAPP, judicial review may be is brought before this same body, in one period not exceeding five days from notification of the decision. The OFAPP should resolve and to notify the resource within a maximum period of fifteen days from the filing of the same. The ruling on the appeal is you will have exhausted administrative remedies."
Article 31.-reforming article 92, first paragraph and the third subsection literal c) by the following: "all public-private partnership contract may stipulate national or international mechanisms for the settlement of disputes arising from the interpretation, application or implementation. These mechanisms should include, at least, a direct settlement stage and a stage at a table of specialists, in order to assist the parties in finding a prompt and effective solution to the dispute to.
(En todo caso, no podrán ser conocidas bajo mecanismos alternos a la jurisdicción ordinaria, las controversias relativas a: c) exercise of supervisory and tax penalties for the OFAPP or sectoral regulators role. "
Article 32.-reforming Article 105, second paragraph by the following: "failure to comply with the deadlines laid down in this law, shall be punishable by a fine equivalent to four minimum wages in force in the sector commerce and services the Council 13 directors of PROESA in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 87 of this Act, report of the OFAPP." "Such a fine will be imposed on officials or employees be liable for failure to comply with the legal deadline."
Article 33.-added article 105-A, by the following: "record public of projects of partnership public private article 105-A-created in PROESA public record of partnership projects public - private, in which all projects running under the contractual arrangements provided for in this law shall be recorded."
He record will have a character public and PROESA must ensure access expedited and permanent to your information by medium electronic through its portal institutional, in attention to it willing in the law of access to the information public.
In this record is entered all them projects of partners public private and its documentation, including among others, them bases of tender, them studies of pre-feasibility, studies of feasibility, analysis of cost benefit, them resolutions of award, them contracts and their modifications, them garments special established according to this law, them projects rejected, them projects approved, them projects executed, them suppliers prequalified for each tender and those prequalified for consulting and consultants experts arbitrators and suppliers."
Article 34.-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, twenty-five days of the month of April of the year two thousand fourteen.
OTHON SIGFRIDO REYES MORALES, PRESIDENT.
ENRIQUE ALBERTO LUIS VALDEZ SOTO, GUILLERMO ANTONIO GALLEGOS NAVARRETE, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT. SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
DURAN JOSE FRANCISCO MERINO LÓPEZ, FRANCISCO ROBERTO LORENZANA, THIRD VICE PRESIDENT. FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT.
CARLOS ARMANDO REYES RAMOS, FIFTH VICE PRESIDENT.
LORRAINE GUADALUPE PENA MENDOZA, MANUEL VICENTE MENJIVAR ESQUIVEL, FIRST SECRETARY. SECOND SECRETARY.
SANDRA MARLENE SALGADO GARCÍA, JOSÉ RAFAEL MACHUCA ZELAYA, THIRD SECRETARY. FOURTH SECRETARY.

14 IRMA LOURDES VASQUEZ, ERNESTO ANTONIO ANGLE MILE, FIFTH SECRETARY. SIXTH SECRETARY.
FRANCISCO JOSE ZABLAH SAFIE, JOSE SERAFIN RODRIGUEZ ORANTES, SEVENTH SECRETARY. EIGHTH SECRETARY.
Presidential House: San Salvador, on sixteenth day of the month of may of the year two thousand fourteen.
PUBLISHED, Carlos Mauricio Funes Cartagena, President of the Republic.
Juan Ramon Carlos Enrique Caceres Chavez, Minister of finance.
Jose Armando Flores German, Minister of economy.
D. o. No. 90 volume no. 403 date: May 20, 2014 FNM/gegc 26-06-2014 legislative index