Special Law For The Exercise Of The Vote From Abroad, In The Presidential Election.

Original Language Title: LEY ESPECIAL PARA EL EJERCICIO DEL VOTO DESDE EL EXTERIOR, EN LAS ELECCIONES PRESIDENCIALES.

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1 Decree No. 273 the Legislative Assembly of the Republic of EL SALVADOR, considering: I.-that the voting is a fundamental right established in article 72 of the Constitution of the Republic, which is the fundamental pillar that holds the principle of popular sovereignty established in articles 83 and 86 thereof, and consequently a requirement to realize the system of Government Republican, democratic and representative.
II. the exercise of the suffrage by citizens residing outside their country of origin, is a demonstration that increasingly takes hold around the world, especially in countries with high migrant mobilizations product of political, economic and social causes.
III.-that because of the significant and growing importance that they have acquired the communities of Salvadorans abroad and the need to guarantee the exercise of their political citizenship, better be has aroused interest inside and outside El Salvador, oriented to the Salvadorans living abroad to vote in the presidential election.
IV.-that in accordance to the previously exposed and convinced of the necessity and importance of providing the necessary means for the exercise of the franchise of the Salvadorans living abroad, is issuing a special for the execution of the same law.
Therefore, in exercise of constitutional powers and at the initiative of the President of the Republic through the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and deputies and deputies Othon Sigfrido Reyes Morales, Alberto Armando Romero Rodríguez, Roberto Lorenzana Duran, José Roberto d´Aubisson Munguia, Lorraine Guadalupe Pena Mendoza, Carmen Elena Calderón Sol of Escalon, Irma Lourdes palaces Vasquez, Margarita Escobar, Francisco José Zablah Safie , Luis Roberto Angulo Samayoa, Norma Guevara, Bertha Avilés de Rodríguez, Norma Cristina Cornejo Amaya, Nidia Díaz, Carmen Elena Figueroa Rodríguez, Gloria Elizabeth Gómez Salgado, Iris Marisol Guerra Henríquez, Rolando Mata sources, Douglas Leonardo Mejia Aviles, Manuel Vicente Menjivar Esquivel, Rodolfo Antonio Parker Soto, Jackeline Noemi Rivera Avalos, Karina Ivette Sosa de Lara, and with the support of the members Ernesto Antonio Angulo Milla , Marta Lorena Araujo, Eduardo Enrique Barrientos Zepeda, José Edgar Batarsé, Susy Lisseth Bonilla Flores, Manuel Orlando Cabrera Candray, Yohalmo Edmundo Cabrera Chacón, Silvia Alejandrina Castro Figueroa, Ana Marina Castro Orellana, Dario Alejandro girls Argueta, José Álvaro Cornejo Mena, Valentín Arístides Corpeño, Rosa Alma Cruz Marinero, Silvia Estela Ostorga de Escobar, Lucía de el Carmen Ayala de León, Nery Arely Díaz de Rivera , Antonio Echeverria Veliz, René Gustavo Escalante Zelaya, Julio Cesar Fabian Perez, Emma Julia Fabian Hernandez, Felix Agreda Chachagua, Carmen Elena Figueroa Rodriguez, Juan Manuel de Jesus Flores Cornejo, Santiago Flores Alfaro, Jose Armando Peña, Estela large Yanet Hernandez Rodriguez, Benito Antonio Lara Fernández, Audelia Guadalupe López de Kleutgens, Hortensia Margarita Lopez Quintana, 2 Mario Marroquin Mejia, Rodolfo Antonio Martínez, Guillermo Francisco Mata Bennett , Misael Mejia Mejia, Jose Santos Melara Yanes, Heidy Carolina Mira Saravia, Guillermo Antonio Olivo Méndez, Mr. Orestes Fredesmán Ortez Andrade, Manuel Mercedes Portillo Dominguez, Sergio benign Portillo Portillo, Nelson de Jesus Quintanilla Gomez, standard Carolina Ramirez, Claudia Luz Ramírez García, Carlos Armando Reyes Ramos, Sonia Margarita Rodriguez Sigüenza, Marcos Francisco Salazar Umaña, Patricia Maria Salazar de Rosales, Misael Serrano Chavez, Abner Ivan Torres Ventura , Patricia Elena Valdivieso Gallardo, Ramon Aristides Valencia Arana; with the initiative of the deputies of the legislative period 2009-2012 José Orlando Arevalo Pineda, Miguel Elías Ahues Karra, Mauricio Rodríguez, Maria Margarita veiled bridges; of the legislative period 2006-2009 Francisco Rubén Alvarado Fuentes, José Salvador Arias Peñate, Blanca Flor America Bonilla Bonilla, Juan Pablo Durán Escobar, Walter Eduardo Durán Martínez, Luis Arturo Fernández Peña, Oscar Abraham Kattán Milla, Hugo Roger Martínez Bonilla, Marco Tulio Mejía Palm; 2003-2006 legislative period Efrén Arnoldo Bernal Chévez, Sigfredo Antonio Campos Fernández, Carlos Alfredo Castañeda Magaña, Agustín Díaz Saravia, Santos Fernando González Gutiérrez, Hector Ricardo Silva Arguello (RIP) and the legislative period 2000-2003 Schafik Jorge Handal (RIP).
DECREES the following: law special to the exercising of the vote from the outside in the elections presidential Art. 1.-create vote from abroad, with the object to the Salvadorians and the Salvadorans living outside the national territory, to exercise their right to active suffrage in electoral events to elect President and Vice President from the year 2014.
Article 2.-means resident abroad, to any citizen or Salvadoran citizen whose domicile is outside the national territory. For the purposes of this Act, home is accompanied by residence, real or presumptively, remain in her mood.
Article 3.-the implementation of the system of voting from abroad will be under the responsibility of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal, hereinafter "the Tribunal", which will be universally to all Salvadoran citizens resident outside the national territory.
Article 4.-to vote from abroad, the form will only be the postcard or voting by correspondence and is required: 1. possess document only of identity force with address of residence in outdoors. (1) 2. Be registered in voter registration and the electoral register of residents abroad.
3. not acquiring another nationality involving resigns from the Salvadoran; and, 4. Be in the full enjoyment of civil and political rights.
Article 5.-the Court shall draw up, on the basis of voter registration, the voter registry of residents abroad, which hereinafter is referred to as an "Electoral Register".

3. IN ORDER TO EXERCISE THE VOTE FROM ABROAD, THE CITIZENS SHALL EXPRESS ITS UNEQUIVOCAL WILLINGNESS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE ELECTORAL ROLL, USING A SPECIAL FORM PROVIDED BY THE TRIBUNAL; ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DAYS BEFORE THE ELECTORAL EVENT. (1) SHALL APPLY THE TERMS OF SUSPENSION AND DEFINITIVE CLOSURE OF VOTER REGISTRATION REGULATED IN ARTICLE 30 OF THE ELECTORAL CODE, EXCEPT THE CASE OF SALVADORANS RESIDENT ABROAD WHO ACQUIRE THE ADULT AGE IN THE PERIOD BETWEEN THE PERIOD OF SUSPENSION AND CLOSURE OF REGISTRATION TO VOTER REGISTRATION AND THE DAY OF THE VOTE, WHO WILL BE ENROLLED IN THE ELECTORAL REGISTER OF RESIDENTS ABROAD UP TO SIXTY DAYS PRIOR TO THE ELECTION , PROVIDED THAT SUCH PERSONS HAVE REQUESTED THEIR RESPECTIVE SINGLE DOCUMENT OF IDENTITY AND COMPLIED WITH THE REQUIREMENT STATED IN THE PARAGRAPH ABOVE, PRIOR TO SAID TERM OF SUSPENSION AND CLOSURE OF VOTER REGISTRATION. (1) article 6.-to confirm their inclusion in the electoral roll, the person concerned will manifest, by means of a form, their willingness to be included in it, for any of the following means: 1. personally at the time of the issuance, replacement, renewal or modification of your single document of identity abroad.
2. on the internet, by filling out the appropriate form.
3. personally in the offices of the Court in El Salvador.
In the case of registration regulated in paragraph 1) of this provision, the Court, together with the national registry of natural persons, will establish the necessary procedures so that citizens resident abroad can register at the time of obtaining, by any of the procedures regulated in the law, its single document of identity abroad.
Article 7.-to express the desire to be included in the electoral register of residents abroad through the internet, the interested party will continue the following steps: 1. Enter the Web page of the Court, it will fill online form with the personal information required, creating then a security code of the transaction in the database of the Court that will uniquely identify the citizen or applicant citizen then you must print and sign or in the event that you can not sign, it will leave its mark in the form, digitize it and attached copy of the only valid identity document, to be sent via digital to the Court.
2. Subsequently, once the Court verify the data, it will send to the citizen or citizen by email or post, proof of incorporation or not to register. In the case that the citizen is registered in the registry, the Court must include security code on the voucher referred to in the first paragraph of this article.

(4. for the purposes of paragraph 2) of this article, the Court shall establish a security system that guarantees the identity of the applicant.
Article 8.-the form in which is expressed the will be included in the electoral roll must contain the following information: 1. date of application.
2. full name.
3. number of unique identity document or passport in the case of applicants who will be eighteen years prior to the date of the elections.
4. full address abroad.
5. electronic mail.

6 affidavit that has not acquired another nationality who has implicated his resignation to the Salvadoran and that all information provided is true.
Article 9.-for updating, debugging and correction of the voter registry, it must be available to the citizens on the Web page of the Court and will follow the same rules that has the Electoral Code, within the deadlines of the electoral timetable approved by the Court.
Article 10.-in the period between the opening of the application process the electoral roll and the closing of the same term, when a Salvadoran person based abroad has been included on the electoral register and change their residence to another place, in that same period you must update your residence and address in the electoral roll; and when you change your residence to the national territory, it must request his disaffiliation of the same and make the necessary home modifications in the electoral register, to effect of voting in El Salvador.
Article 11.-electoral material sending and receiving the votes of Salvadoran citizens abroad shall be under the responsibility of the Court, for which it will create one Electoral Board's vote from abroad, on "JEVEX", and for scrutiny, many joints recipients of votes from abroad, on "JRVEX", may be necessary. Insofar as they are compatible with the particular nature of the vote from abroad, the JRVEX will attend the provisions of articles 50 and 53 of the Electoral Code, except in the conformation of the partial registers that will be up to 1500 voters each, which will be listed in alphabetical order to vote from abroad.
The JRVEX will be located in the capital of the Republic, at the polling place that has the Court.
Article 12.-the JEVEX will be integrated with a maximum of five owners members and their respective alternates; four of them a proposal from those political parties disputing who obtained the largest number of votes in the last election. The fifth will be chosen by lot from among other parties or coalitions participating in elections and shall be appointed by the Court. For the functioning and decision-making thereof, it will be necessary to have the majority of the 5 members; also, for integration, will need a minimum of three proprietary members and their respective alternates; in case there is no proposals of candidates to join the Board, the Court shall appoint persons deemed suitable for this purpose. The court assigned by drawing the positions of President, Secretary, first Vocal, Vocal second and third vowel. The members of the JEVEX shall assume their positions, previous constitutional protest which surrender to the Court, seventy-five days before the date designated for the electoral event and its functions will begin immediately. In terms of completion of their functions, it will be to have the Court.
When it has not completed the four members that designates the foregoing paragraph, because who in the last election only involved two or three political parties or party coalitions, vacant spaces will be completed by the political parties contending that have greater legislative representation.
Coalitions are only provided with a representative being excluded representatives of the political parties that make up the coalition.
To be a member of a JEVEX is required be Salvadoran, the instruction required, of recognized honesty, older than twenty-one years of age and not have any of the disabilities mentioned in articles 74 and 75 of the Constitution of the Republic.
Article 13.-are powers of the Electoral Board of voting from abroad: 1. receive the protest of law to the members of the JRVEX and give them possession of their posts, at least sixty days prior to the election in question.
2 give responsibility to the JRVEX all objects and stationery required by the election process.
3 monitor the integration of the JRVEX at the time of initiating the process of the electoral correspondence to those enrolled in the register of voters abroad, as well as at the time of installation the day of the elections, and during the process of scrutiny of results and closing.
4 meet and resolve on any situation that interfere in the normal development of the voting process from the outside, and report complaints and irregularities which, in relation to the election process, submitted to the Court.
5. receive documentation and copies of the minutes of closing and scrutiny that give the joint recipients of votes and based on these, develop a preliminary general act of the scrutiny of the vote from abroad, which should deliver to the Court the original and one copy to each of the political parties or coalitions contenders at least eighteen hours after the close of voting. The non-delivery of the copy of the mentioned Act to political parties or coalitions contenders, shall be punished as provided under Article 280 of the Electoral Code.
6. give immediately to the Court, the Electoral Prosecutor and Board of election monitoring, public order alterations that occur during the scrutiny, as well as 6 any other violation of law and involvement guarantees citizens, for the proper conduct of elections.
7 strictly monitor the operation of the JRVEX.
8 require the assistance of the competent authorities to ensure the purity of the election process.
9 consult the Court when arise questions in the application of these provisions or regulations.
10 violations to the competent authorities to the laws and these special provisions, which committed the authorities or private individuals against the electoral process, realizing that to the Court, the Attorney General and the Electoral supervision Board, mentioning the testing and documentation.
11. any other assigned by the law and the Court.
Article 14.-the JRVEX will be integrated by a maximum number of five owners members and their respective alternates, appointed by the Court; four of them will participate with its own right, on the proposal of those political parties contending that have obtained the largest number of votes in the last election. The fifth will be chosen by lot from among the proposals from other parties or coalitions competing in the elections. The Court should be equitably distributed among the proposals the positions of President, Secretary, first vocal, Second Committee and third vocal, with an egalitarian allocation on each charge for each instance of the proponent. Such JRVEX may be integrated with a minimum of three proprietary members and their respective alternates. The powers of the JRVEX for the vote from abroad will be which are arranged in article 126 of the Electoral Code, as appropriate.
When it has not completed the four members that designates the foregoing paragraph, because who in the last election only involved two or three political parties or party coalitions, vacant spaces will be completed by the political parties contending that have greater legislative representation.
The JRVEX shall be appointed and installed sixty days before the date of elections, to proceed to sign for shipment via postal ballots to voters who appear in the respective electoral roll of Salvadorans living abroad. Of that Act, Act will be lifted.
Signing of ballots in voting and preparation of correspondence will be public and concluded the same, it will be forwarded to the elector abroad to more no later than ten days after installed the joint recipients of votes. The JRVEX raised a record in which is recorded the proceedings in relation to regulated in the previous paragraph, as well as the Act of ordering a recess until the day on which the elections are held.
The day of the elections the members of the JRVEX will your vote where it is up and will be installed after ten hours, acting in that apply to regulated in chapter IV, title IX, of the Electoral Code. Installation Act, Act arise.

7. the political parties and coalitions contenders may accredit a vigilant owner and their corresponding alternate for each JRVEX.
Article 15.-the format of the ballot paper to be used abroad shall be equal to that used in the territory of the Republic, but will express the legend "Ballot" from abroad. THE BALLOT IF THAT SECOND TURN, WILL HAVE A SPECIAL FORMAT ON THE FRONT OF IT. BOTH BALLOTS MUST BE SENT DULY SIGNED AND STAMPED BY THE RESPECTIVE JRVEX. (1) article 16.-to those who are enrolled in the electoral register of residents abroad, will be sent to the following electoral material: 1. two ballot papers for the election of President and Vice-President of the Republic, for first and second round, if necessary, duly numbered, as well as signed and stamped by the corresponding receiver Board of votes.

2. two instructions to exercise the suffrage, in first and second round, if necessary, to which is added a removable tab which should contain a corresponding citizen barcode, and will fill the voter with your name, number of single document of identity, security code that enables it to the vote which was sent to you at the time of your registration for the electoral roll of voters abroad and his signature or fingerprint in case you can not sign.
3 two envelopes white and without markings to the electoral person used to deposit his ballot, once your selection.
4 TWO CELESTIAL WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION PRINTED ON: DIRECTION AS THE COURT DESIGNATED FOR THE OPERATION OF THE JEVEX FOR THE RECEPTION OF THE VOTES OF THE CITIZENS, THE RESPECTIVE JRVEX, THE FULL NAME AND THE NUMBER OF UNIQUE DOCUMENT OF IDENTITY OF THE CONSTITUENT OR THE VOTER, WITHIN WHICH THIS SEND PROPERLY CLOSED, THE SHEET REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 2) AND THE WHITE ENVELOPE REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 3) OF THIS ARTICLE. (1) article 17.-the ELECTOR, upon receipt of the documentation indicated in the previous article, will make its selection by marking the ballot paper has received for this purpose. THEN INTRODUCE THE BALLOT PAPER TO THE CORRESPONDING WHITE UNMARKED AND IT WILL CLOSE. SUBSEQUENTLY, INSERT THE ENVELOPE TAB AND WHITE UNMARKED REMOVABLE DULY FILL IN THE BLUE ENVELOPE CARRYING PRINTED THE ADDRESS TO THE COURT DESIGNATED FOR THE OPERATION OF THE JEVEX, WITH AN INDICATION OF THE RESPECTIVE JRVEX AND SENDER DATA. ON CELESTE MUST BE SIGNED BY THE VOTER. (1) IN CASE OF BEING NECESSARY A RUNOFF, THE CITIZEN MUST EXERCISE THE SUFFRAGE FOLLOWING THE RULES OF THE PRESENT ARTICLE, EXCEPT IN THE FORM OF VOTING, ALREADY 8 IN THIS CASE, THE BALLOT PAPER ON HIS FOREHEAD, IS DESIGNED WITH A SPACE OF SUFFICIENT SIZE TO ALLOW THE VOTER WRITE THE NAME OR THE ABBREVIATION OF THE PARTY OR COALITION CONTENDER OF THEIR CHOICE. (1) the Salvadoran citizen must send at least 20 days in advance, the blue envelope to the address printed in the same, by mail or by personal delivery in offices provided by the Tribunal for this purpose. This envelope must reach, at the latest, the day of the elections, before the close of voting in the national territory.
Article 18.-receipt of envelopes is take in the place designated by the Court for the performance of the JEVEX in accordance with paragraph 4 of article 16 and will be in charge of the ELECTORAL Board voting from abroad. THE CONCERNED BOARD MEMBERS WILL TAKE A SPECIAL CONTROL AS PROOF OF THE ENVELOPES RECEIVED, REGISTERING THE CORRESPONDING CONTROL OF THE ARRIVAL OF THE SAME. (1) received by the Electoral Board envelopes with the votes from abroad will be transferred to the place designated for safekeeping until they are delivered to the corresponding JRVEX in accordance to the previously established numbering and the region from where will come, then to resume its session, the day of the elections. Both agencies are responsible for ensuring custody and the secrecy of the vote and the protection of the integrity of the envelopes.
Article 19.-envelopes that are received after the day of the elections, will be reported by the delegates of the JEVEX and cancelled unopened for untimely; then they will be destroyed, all this in the presence of the delegates of each political party or coalition contender. Each of the persons whose envelope has been received late, will be informed of this fact in writing within the thirty days following the election.
Article 20.-ten in the morning of the day of the elections, the JRVEX will resume the session to receive the JEVEX votes sent from abroad and prepare the scrutiny that should start at five in the afternoon, time in which the vote means closed.
Article 21.-the members of the JRVEX, to resume its session on the election day, will receive the JEVEX celestial envelopes unopened, to check and sign the voter registry of the JRVEX, by signing and sealing the Secretary in the checkbox corresponding to each electoral person, with the legend "I voted", after which, will open the celestial outer envelope that will extract the removable tab to verify if the vote corresponds to the voter which was referred documentation, establishing that the signature of the voter actually matches the signature contained in the digital archive of the single identity document. This is establish a system of reading of bar code and a deployment device signature and fingerprint is stored in the system, to make the comparison of signature or validation of footprint. If not valid will be registered as void, without opening the envelope containing the vote. Subsequently, unopened unmarked white envelope containing the vote, they inserted it in the ballot box. This procedure will be done individually for each envelope. The envelopes with the sender's name will be kept with the voter registry.
Article 22.-after the identification of citizens resident abroad who exerted the suffrage and past five in the afternoon, the members of the JRVEX out of the URN envelopes white and without markings on an individual basis and open them, initiating the process of closing and counting of 9 pursuant to chapter v of title IX of the Electoral Code , in as appropriate.
Article 23.-minutes of closing and scrutiny of the JRVEX will be raised on forms provided by the Court, in a game consisting of an original sheet and their respective legible copies, whose number depends on the number of political parties and coalitions competing in the presidential election of that question, being these sheets distributed thus: the original to the Court; the first copy to the JEVEX; the second copy to the Office of the Attorney-General; and the subsequent to each political party or coalition contenders and the Electoral supervision Board.
Each set of proceedings will have their leaves in different colors to differentiate them, the original Act, the copy for the JEVEX, the copy for the Office of the Attorney-General and copies for the contenders and the Electoral supervision Board.
Copies intended for political parties or coalitions contenders will be distributed on, according to the order in which they have obtained the greatest number of votes at that election.
Where, by reason of the number of copies that must be generated, is required to produce more than one set of proceedings, the Court shall regulate such situation and decide on the mechanism of distribution of originals and copies, based on the priorities mentioned in the preceding paragraph.
The signatures and seals must be original; If some vigilante retire before the poll, will be on the same record.
The original Act which corresponds to the Court must be turned immediately after the count, without any objection, by the President of the JRVEX to the delegate that designated the Tribunal, who will transfer it immediately to the National Center of processing of election results; failure to do so will be punished for the crimes they have committed, regardless of the corresponding economic sanction that is done to creditors by omission, in accordance with article 277 of the Electoral Code which prescribes.
The Court, upon receipt of the information of the corresponding minutes of closing and counting that each of the JRVEX, levantaren immediately made computer procedure duly allocated to each political party or coalition contender valid votes, in order to make the provisional count of the election.
Article 24.-all related to appeals and nullity will be processed as stipulated in the Electoral Code, in which it is applicable.
In the case of the nullity, in addition to those set out in article 253-D of the Electoral Code, the vote will be void in the following cases: 1. when the envelope white containing the ballot have signs of having been violated.
2. WHEN THE ENVELOPE CONTAINING THE VOTE DO NOT ENTER THE COUNTRY BEFORE FIVE IN THE AFTERNOON OF THE DAY OF THE ELECTIONS, CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH WILL BE CERTIFIED BY THE DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF POST. (1) 10 3. When is any of the required documentation to accompany the vote missing.
4. in case that the person has died or lost their citizenship rights before the day of the vote.
5. when in envelope seals are sent ballots for the first and the second round. In this case, will be valid only the choice that corresponds.
6. When is the removable tab not validated by does not correspond to the voter that was submitted.
Article 25.-the rules laid down in the preceding articles shall apply also if necessary a second round for the presidential election in question.
Article 26.-election of President and Vice-President of the Republic in the year 2014, voter registration will close % eighty days before the electoral event, for the change of residence of citizens resident abroad.
Article 27.-in all matters not provided for in this law shall apply the provisions of the Electoral Code.
Article 28.-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, 24 days of the month of January of two thousand thirteen.
OTHON SIGFRIDO REYES MORALES, PRESIDENT.
ALBERTO ARMANDO ROMERO RODRÍGUEZ, GUILLERMO ANTONIO GALLEGOS NAVARRETE, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT. SECOND VICE PRESIDENT.
JOSE FRANCISCO MERINO LÓPEZ, FRANCISCO ROBERTO LORENZANA DURÁN, THIRD VICE PRESIDENT. FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT.
ROBERTO JOSÉ d'AUBUISSON, fifth Vice President.
LORRAINE GUADALUPE PENA MENDOZA, CARMEN ELENA CALDERÓN SOL STEP, FIRST SECRETARY. SECOND SECRETARY.
SANDRA MARLENE SALGADO GARCÍA, JOSÉ RAFAEL MACHUCA ZELAYA, THIRD SECRETARY. FOURTH SECRETARY.
IRMA PALACIOS LOURDES VASQUEZ, MARGARITA ESCOBAR, FIFTH SECRETARY. SIXTH SECRETARIAT.

11 FRANCISCO JOSE ZABLAH SAFIE, REYNALDO ANTONIO LÓPEZ CARDOZA, SEVENTH SECRETARY. EIGHTH SECRETARY.
Presidential House: San Salvador, seven days of the month of February in the year two thousand thirteen.
Publish, Carlos Mauricio Funes Cartagena, President of the Republic.
Hugo Roger Martinez Bonilla, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
D. o. No. 27 vol. No. 398 date: 8 February 2013 ROM/adar 21-02-2013 reform: (1) D.L. No. 355, on April 11, 2013; D. O. No.80, T.399, may 3, 2013.
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