To Employees Of The State

Original Language Title: Per Gli Impiegati Dello Stato

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LAW 22 May 1962, n. 13 (published in the albo of the Government Palace May 28, 1962).
Organic Law for state employees.

We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino
We promulgate and publish the following law passed by
Great and General Council at its meeting on May 22, 1962: TITLE I

Organic Framework of the staff.
Art. 1.
organic personnel panel.
All places of employed on a permanent basis for the State are included in the framework of organic
in Table "A" attached to this law.
The organic framework of State employees is divided into the following four roles:
Role A - divided into 6 degrees and including administrative and technical staff in character
managerial or highly qualified.
Role B - divided into 6 degrees and including
personal concept, applied and order personnel.
Role C - divided into 4 degrees and including junior staff with various tasks
surveillance, custody, pending or otherwise manual nature.
Role Teachers - divided into 5 degrees and understand the entire teaching staff.
Art. 2.
Qualification and emoluments.
The qualification, the salary and allowances payable to employees are set by organic
table of the article above.
The receipt by the employee checks or percentages is not permitted beyond the
salary and allowances provided for in this law, subject to the provisions contained in special laws.
Art. 3. Admission
organically.
The plan posts for permanent staff and paid fixed remuneration must be
conferred by the Great and General Council, meeting in secret session. The Great and General Council
may make the appointments after public competition based on qualifications or on qualifications and tests, or
by promotion or called as set forth in the following articles.
It is in the Council's power to appoint employees on a permanent basis by fixing the degree the
function, although it lacks the appropriate place organically. In this case, the Great and General Council
establishing the place then appoints.
Art. 4.
requirements.
To become part of the state's establishment it is necessary, by aspirants fulfill the following conditions
.
A) be citizens of San Marino;
B) have reached the age of majority and have passed the 40 years when the assignment;
C) have always kept conducted uncensored, as demonstrated through the presentation of criminal
certificate and certificate of good moral conduct and civil;
D) be provided with educational qualifications and practical exercised, if required, for the smooth exercise of delegated functions
;
E) enjoy healthy and strong physique and be free from defects and imperfections such that
diminish the skills to perform the assigned functions;
F) meet any other requirements that were particularly in demand for certain functions.
The documents referred to in subparagraphs a) and c) must be given no earlier than three months from
application is lodged or, in the case of promotion or called, by appointment.
The Great and General Council may in any case fre exception to the condition referred to in point b).
Art. 5.
contests.
The award is presented by the Great and General Council at least two months before the scheduled
date for submitting applications.
The announcement will be made public by posting to valvas palatii and at all public offices in
by the Secretary of State at least 30 days before the deadline. And 'it reserved to the same
Secretary to give greater publicity to the notice.
Art. 6.
examining boards.
In the case of competition in the public sector, both for titles in both qualifications and tests, the Great Council and
General appoints, at the proposal of the Regency, an Examining Board which is in any case
chaired by the Head of staff.
The Commission is required to submit a report on the whole of the qualifications of each candidate and
possibly the outcome of the tests. This report must be accompanied by a merit
.
Art.
7. Outcome of the competition.
The Congress of State examined the report and the ranking drawn up by the Commission, will have to appoint
in via the post, taking account of them, or to make in the manner indicated in article 8.
|| | the candidates declared suitable for a competition, but not selected, do not buy because of the suitability
achieved any rights from the public administration, even though that provision does not
has been entered in the competition.
Art. 8. Promotion and
call.

And 'possible, in case the result of the competition does not give satisfactory results, to promote the
vacant post of higher grade employees, having the necessary qualifications, they have given in other places, offices or services
the test of skills State.
When any special circumstances so require, the Council may provide for
appointment, at its discretion, direct call.
Art. 9.
appointment Participation.
The appointment of participation is given to the person in writing by the Secretary of the Interior.
In appointing participation it shall indicate the date from which the ap rtire appointed must assume service
, the degree to which the place belongs assigned and related salary.
Art. 10.
Decadence.
The person appointed will have to take the service to the dt indicated in the participation
sent by the Secretary of the Interior.
The Secretary for justified reasons and at the request may grant an extension maximum
up to forty-five days from that date. That deadline expired, the person concerned did not appear that
service, will be considered dropout and dismissed office.
Art. 11.
Trial period.
In announcing the appointment of attorney being an employee of the Congress of State shall establish, for
the final intake of the same, a suitable test period to the functions that the charge goes to cover
.
The trial period is established as follows:
a) in cases of promotion, six months;
B) in call cases and contest, one year.
After the trial period, the Congress is held within sixty days to comment on the outcome of
it, he heard the opinion expressed by the Staff Chief.
The ruling in favor entails, ie within the following months, the presentation of
employee to the Great and General Council, which decrees on acknowledgment its final recruitment
organically with all the benefits of the plant stable, provided that the employee has taken the oath under Article
. 14, from the start of service in office. If it is instead
found the inadequacy of the employee's performance in the test, this is
resigned from office ceasing all relations of use thelatest Public Administration.
It 'faculty of the Great and General Council, for the posts of Directors character and highly qualified, to recognize
, by special agreement, the seniority rights retroactively
respect to the appointment, under the condition that the dipend you appointed match any amount deducted by
law for recognized years, for the purpose of retirement benefits.
Art.
12 Dismissal of a probationary official.
It is for the Secretary of the Interior to communicate in writing to the resolution of
dismissal and the date from which it takes effect.
The employee hired under test and dismissed shall be entitled to a payment equal to one month of salary
be divided into twelfths for each year of service only if the trial period has
exceeded six months.
Art. 13.
Recruitment in extraordinary session.
For reasons of necessity due to lack of staff, to the need for greater labor or employment of personnel
at unscheduled staff posts, the Congress of State can hire employees from
directed at public offices, establishing the functions and remuneration.
In the particular case of the absence of staff for a d installment of two months
Congress is required to proceed with the immediate recruitment of new staff in accordance with the provisions of this article
.
The extraordinary assumption may not in any case exceed the period of six months, extendable up to
one year by decision of the Great and General Council.
Art. 14.
Oath.
The employees appointed by the Great and General Council must, within two months of notification of
appointment, under penalty of forfeiture, swear an oath ceremony in the hands of the Secretary of State for Interior Affairs
to the presence of regency and two texts.
The oath is a valid acceptance of all the duties and charges referred to in this Act,
in the terms of reference and all provisions that somehow relate to the service
attributed.
The oath is signed by appointed who takes the service.
TITLE II. Hierarchies
.
Art. 15. Chief of Staff
.
The Home Secretary is the head of state employees.
Art. 16.
hierarchical dependence.
The hierarchical relationship between employees of each office is the degree, to
equal grade of service.
TITLE III.
In-service stability.
Art. 17.
stability.

The clerk organically appointed sol can be removed as a result of resignation, placement in
rest, dismissal, removal from office.
Art. 18.
Resignation.
The employee is entitled to give at any time suedimissioni; they must be submitted in writing to the Chief of Staff
three months before you leave the king for personal service including
role in "A", two months before the teaching staff and a month before for staff including | || roles in "B" and "C".
The resignation shall be communicated to the State Congress which shall take note, with the option for the same
to prolong the period of notice of up to twice.
The Congress of State may suspend the acceptance of resignation when it is under way
disciplinary proceedings or has been adopted to suspension.
In the event of resignation, to ensure the continuity of public tasks that could not be immediately
conferred to other authorization is given to the Chief of Staff to come to special agreements with
resigning for a convenient extension of service.
It is considered resigning the employee without just cause abandons the job
for at least 10 days and no longer occurs involving a call, by registered mail, the Chief of Staff
. In that case the employee will lose one third of the service ends liquidation.
Art. 19.
Placing at rest.
The retirement takes place when they are 65 years of age.
TITLE IV.
Holidays, permits, expectations, availability.
Art.
20. Entitlement to leave.
All employees who are not covered by the nature of their service, for a period of vacation, have
right to a full license to the extent provided in the following articles.
The holidays are granted each year based on the calendar year.
Art. 21.
Size of leave for staff.
A) No days off during the calendar year in which they were taking;
B) 15 days of leave during the second year of service;
C) 20 days holiday during the third year of service;
D) 25 days of leave during the fourth year of service;
E) 30 days of leave from the fifth year onwards service. Art.22
.
Waiver of leave.
Holidays may not be waived, nor can be enjoyed in fragmentary form.
Art. 23.
Granting of leave.
The holidays are granted by the Staff Chief.
Can be given for the division of the holidays to the maximum in two consecutive periods, or, in three
in the case of those who are responsible for a month's leave.
The vacation request must be completed on the appropriate form signed by the employee and
countersigned by the Head Office, who must report the employee replacements that are away
and observations as it deems appropriate regarding the granting of leave.
The request thus completed must be received at least 8 days before the Chief of Staff
period of leave.
Art. 24.
Prescription of leave.
The service chiefs and office chiefs are required to establish in good time the assignment of the leave within
employees in order to ensure the continuity of giving complete office work
communication to the Secretariat of State for Internal Affairs by March 30 of each year.
At the end of each year, all employees must have enjoyed their holidays in the terms established, therefore
will not be granted compensation for those who do not will have enjoyed the holidays throughout the year, except in exceptional cases advance
authorized by the staff Chief.
There will also recuperate permission of leave beyond the 20 January of the following year.
Art. 25.
Suspension of leave.
The Chief of Staff, in exceptional cases, may retain or recall to service the employee
during the holidays.
In this case it will be up to the employee compensation in the amount established in Article strardinario next
, if it has the possibility of rare retrieval if the leave within the current year.
Art.
26. Compensation for unused leave.
The compensation for unused leave is set at 1/26 of the basic salary only with relative increases periodic
and severance function for each day of leave not enjoyed.
Art. 27.
extraordinary Permissions.
The Staff Chief may grant the following extraordinary permissions:
1) 15 days in case of marriage;
2) Up to 5 days for serious family bereavement;
3) a day for any other exceptional circumstance;
4) up to 15 days in a year for exams related to regular curriculum.
The permits referred to in n. 3 if they exceed in the year two days in total will be calculated
deduction of leave.

The office chiefs and heads of department may grant permission for half a day to an employee who requests it
presenting valid and urgent reasons, notifying the Chief of Staff.
The same office leaders or department heads will have to give prior and valid justification before
leave your office for half a day.

Art 28. Pregnancy and childbirth.
If pregnant employees have the right to get away from work
90 days before the expected date of childbirth and 60 days after giving birth.
During this period, the employee is entitled to the enjoyment of the entire paycheck to the exclusion of
reimbursement allowance expenses in the first paragraph of Article.
39. For the purposes of breastfeeding, in case of necessity and in cases of continued time, can be allowed
by the Head of the subjective daily temporary removal of the employee for a period of four months from the recovery
the service.

15 Art. 29
disease.
The employee who falls ill must be given within three Thu ni notice to the Secretary of State for
through hierarchical transmitting medical attestation disability, completed by the doctor treating
Institute adopted on the appropriate forms Social Security.
A healing that happened your doctor will fill out a specific declaration stating the day
where the employee can return to work. Such declaration shall be released immediately in
employee care, always using hierarchical, the Chief of Staff.

15 Art. 30
Salary and expectation in case of illness.
During the first six months of disability the employee on sick leave is entitled to receive the full salary
with the exclusion of payments referred to in Article. 39. After the period of six months the employee
means placed on leave due to illness for up to a year, with a right to feel excluded
half salary the above allowances, still retains the full receipt of
allowances for dependents.
The expectation ends with the cessation of the cause for which he was placed.
The administration may at any time proceed to appropriate health checks.
After the maximum period of leave, the employee is still unable to resume regular service
, it is permissible, terminating the employment relationship, to the enjoyment of pension rights
.

15 Art. 31.
expectancy for extraordinary employees.
Employees hired as intended article. 13 are not entitled to such treatment as art.

30 15 Art. 32.
maximum period of absence due to illness.
Two or more 'leave of absence for health reasons are added together to determine the effects
of the maximum term provided for in Article. 30 if one of them will not be an interval of service
active more than three months.
The total duration of leave for health reasons can not in any case exceed two and a half
in five years.

15 Art. 33.
Calculation of leave on the disease for the purpose of career.
The time spent on leave for health reasons, before and after being admitted to organic, is
computed in full for the purposes of allocation of regular pay increases, the retirement benefits and the payment of
thirteenth month.

15 Art. 34.
Leave on personal grounds.
The employee is entitled to obtain from the State Congress to be placed on leave as long as the
request is based on justifiable reasons.
This expectation may be granted for a minimum of six months and a maximum of one year to only
employees in force. During the career of the employee they can not be exceeded
total of two years of expectation.
In these periods it does not require the payment of ordinary monthly salary and overtime
any kind, neither they, in the event that the employee sums up the service, are calculated in the
pensions, nor to each other economic order.
At the end of his employees in the workforce has the right to be readmitted to the same place by the same
busy.
On the occasion of expectation must persist the reasons that have been recalled foundation
the expectation itself.

15 Art. 35.
Availability.
The employee can be put in readiness for the reduction or abolition of posts or offices with
measure of the Great and General Council on proposal of the State Congress.
In the event that the proposal concerns some places one degree or office, before proceeding to
measure making available you will have to provide for the retirement of those

Employees entitled to retirement benefits.
The period of availability can not be superior to 18 months and for the duration of it will be
paid to the employee 75% of salary for the first 12 months and 50% for the remaining six months
with calculation net of allowances referred to in Article. 39. The salary ceases to be paid in
periods in which the employee in availability assumes other employment or carries out work on their own on an ongoing
.
Will also be made in full allowances for family expenses.
The employee availability will have a priority right to occupy those places or offices that could make
vacant during the period of isponibilità, and which was reputed
suitable by the State Congress.
Expiry of the period of availability without the readmission occurred in another place or office, the employee
certainly cease to form part of the staff of the Republic and is entitled to assert any rights to her
pensions for which will be fully into account any
availability period.

15 Art. 36.
service performance during the availability.
If during the course of the availability the employee is called to temporarily provide
service, will receive, by way of compensation, a monthly allowance equal to the reduction in monthly emoluments
suffered due to his assignment to non.

TITLE V. Rights and duties of staff.
Art. 37.
Salary.
The employees of the State are entitled to receive the salary that is established for the office and place
each of them covers according to the attached table.
The salary is paid net of withholding gge of the arrears from the State Treasury
against regular receipt to the 27th of each month.
It 'assigned to each employee a Christmas bonus, computed based on twelfths of
annual salary received, to be paid the mo since last month of each year.
Art. 38.
function Indemnity.
The post allowance is a constitutive element of the salary being closely
relating to the particular duties and responsibilities of the covered place. The post allowance is the only
into cash bonuses.
The already planned study allowances for teachers in the above table are incorporated organic
and replaced in effect by post allowance referred to in this article.
The allowances vice management or deputy head of the office shall be deemed for all purposes
such as post allowance.
Art. 39.
incidental allowances.
In cases where it is required by the particular natur of employee performance and the continuing
it can be provided for the following allowances to be paid monthly by decision of the Congress of State
.
Loss money (PM) Extraordinary flat rate (SF) Clothing (VE) Transport (TR)
Update (AG) night service (NS) Outpatient clinic (AM) Hospital (OS).
They are not paid as bonuses and are not liquidated during the absence for holidays
or other cause the following allowances: Transportation


Loss Coin Clothing
lump Extraordinary | || night Service.
Art. 40.
periodic salary increases.
The fulfillment of his career, for the purpose of enjoyment of full pay is set at thirty-two years
service, through the accrual of whether there biannual to which is assigned the
following percentage of basic salary increase provided for in the aforementioned organic table:
by the First shot to IV: 10%
from fifth to snap VIII: 5%
from IX to XVI shooting: 2.5%.
Art. 41.
Family allowances and retirement.
The employees are entitled to receive family allowances and retirement according to the criteria established by
special regulations in force.
Art. 42.
Liquidation.
Employees in organic or hired on a temporary basis are entitled in case of end of service, if
have not acquired the right to retirement, to a severance pay equal to many months' basic salary last
periodic increases in accrued and its thirteenth month salary,
for every year of service completed or considered as such in accordance with the provisions of this law
.
The severance pay is not paid to the employee who made less than six months of service
.
At the end of service the employee is entitled to the payment of any compensation
liquidated, calculated on the basis of their last amount, including the part of afferent
thirteenth month salary, multiplied by many years corresponding to those in which the employee has

actually received.
Fractions of years shall be awarded to twelfths.
Art. 43. Withholding
for liquidation.
The basic salary and any periodic increases and higher age
employees are subject to a deduction equal to 7% for the pension fund with a right to reimbursement of the retained
where the service does not exceed six months.
In the event that the employee reaches the right to liquidation, not to the board, beyond the normal
liquidation due will be refunded the 4% paid as a pension fund.
If the employee reaches the pension rights he will not be due a refund.
The post allowance is subject to a 3% deduction for fund liquidation. Such deduction is
refundable if the service does not exceed six months.
Art. 44.
Salary and clearance at the lower.
To employees hired before the age of twenty-first year's salary is paid based
, remaining stationary fringe benefits that are set for the post
covered with the expected decrease in the following percentages: || | up to 16 ° anno40%
from the age of 16 anno25%
"" "18th" 10%
Validation of end of service upon the completion of 21 years of age or before this, should
take place on the basis of what the employee has actually received during the service given the lower
age.
Art. 45.
Month funeral.
If the employee dies during the employment relationship, leaving people in the family who lived in
against him, they will receive a check in titolodi c ncorso in the last illness and funeral expenses
, equal to ' last month the salary enjoyed by the deceased.
Art. 46. ​​
Employee Duties.
For state employees has imposed observance of the duties inherent in general to their office, positions and
grade, according to the laws, regulations and relevant specifications. Facilities should also
:
1) continue to employ their good behavior and co scholarly blameless in private life
entrust their morality, inspires confidence in any respect and always be in tune with dutiful
ways to the country;
2) wait to decommitted, of its task with zeal and diligence in accordance with the regulations set
for the various services and in accordance with the instructions and orders issued by higher bodies;
not accept remuneration for the disengagement of their duties;
3) ways to use civil and courteous with the public compared to the higher and the authorities of the Republic,
regard for subordinates;
4) regularly observe office hours and do not take care, during the course of this, business
own or other, unrelated to their incombenz; as well as, in case of urgent need, lend
in hours unrelated to work;
5) responding to the administration, when, through their own fault, are due to decrease of
intake or increased expenditure, or for breach of custody duties and maintenance of furniture and items received in
delivery, even with the simple inventory;
6) maintain around the office business, which are not of public reason, the most 'absolute secrecy
;
7) and cooperate as supplirsi each other in case of absence or impediment, and
ready for the regular dispatch of the work assigned to the respective office or service regardless of grade and
responsibility attributions;
8) pay his own work in the service of the State even if not one of the ordinary duties in all contingencies
and functions that are delegated by reason of their office;
9) reside permanently in the territory of the Republic.
And 'But given the power to the head of personnel to allow exceptions to this last rule as a result of special circumstances
.
Art. 47.
office hours.
The schedule of the offices is announced, unitament to the calendar, the beginning of each calendar year from
Secretary of State for Internal Affairs through poster to be posted at all offices.
For employees the working week can not exceed the thirty-hour week and the
six hours and a half day split into two shifts, morning and afternoon.
For services performed by staff included in ruoo C the working week may not exceed
forty-eight hours a week and eight hours a day, except for the waiting services, surveillance and the housing
whose working week may not exceed the fifty-six hours a week
and ten hours daily.
Normally offices are open to the public throughout the working time; the Congress of State,
examined the circumstances, can limit the working hours of public offices must remain

Open to the public. In such a case it can be made to change the daily timetable.
They are Notwithstanding the above rules the disposizi special ni of the hours of the offices
contained in the special specifications.
Art. 48.
Transfers.
The state employee is expected to go away as often as special situations or
office of Attorney so require. Travel expenses are paid according to a table prepared by the
State Congress.
Art. 49.
Incompatibility.
The state employees may not enter into business relationships with government departments.
It 'also prohibited to the same stable to hold another office or temporary assignments and perform
off the public administration, for remuneration or not, when, in the opinion of
Congress, this return is incompatible with the duties of impego or service.
Against the decision of the Congress is given recourse to the Council of Twelve.
Art.
50. Duties of office bosses.
The Office Heads and managers of services are required, as well as to be expected with a greater sense of responsibility
to the duties imposed on all employees to care for and monitor the progress of the offices and services to which
they were appointed, to enforce discipline in the entire office staff, to inform
Chief of staff of each irregularity, delay or failure that you encounter in the dispatch
of the office work.
E 'task of the Office Heads to arrive at the end of each year to staff a note Cape
reflective ability, industriousness, the performance and behavior of each employee during the past year
.
TITLE VI.
Punishments and rewards.
Art. 51.
punishment.
The punishment to be imposed to state employees, in the event of their shortcomings, are as follows:
admonition 1st degree
censorship 2nd "
suspension 3rd"
dismissal 4th "
dismissal 5th"
Art. 52.
yellow card.
The admonition is given by the Head Office or service on which depends the clerk after
minor infringements within the office.
Art. 53.
Censorship.
The censure is a reprimand statement that is imposed in writing by the Chief of Staff
after hearing the employee's explanations:
a) for negligence on duty;
B) absence from the office or the service is not justified;
C) for negligence in the conservation and in the course of uniforms and uniforms or other effects of clothing
;
D) for non-habitual disregard of working timetable;
E) not to gross negligence in the custody of records, documents, papers and objects of
Administration;
F) for incorrect behavior towards superiors, colleagues or employees or to the public;
G) for any other infringement of the obligations under this organic law;
H) for poor performance.
Art. 54.
suspension.
The employee shall incur a suspension in the case of repetition of the offenses which gave reason
application of the above penalties or in case of most serious of them.
The suspension is imposed by the Congress of State shall first heard the written justifications
concerned, to be submitted within thirty days of notification of the dispute, and the opinion of
Committee for personnel, acting on a complaint of chief of staff. It involves
termination of office and the temporary loss of salary, ranging from one day to two months.
The suspension has also decreed when the official is prosecuted for
offenses falling under Part 2, Cl. 2, Tit. 2, Ch. 4, of the Criminal Code and for other common crimes
in the opinion of the State Congress have ignominy.
The suspension decision shall be communicated to the Great and General Council in its more '
next session.
In the course of proceedings, the suspension is extended for the duration of the criminal proceedings;
However, the Congress of State may determine, with the approval of the Great and General Council,
the employee's salary is up to half assigned to his family and in the absence of
family, intended for his benefit .
If the process will end coll'assoluzione or no statement be to prosecute,
employee suspended will be put back in its place and perc PIRA's lost salary, except in cases where the facts
reported retain the nature of absence that would justify the continuation of
disciplinary proceedings in accordance with this law.
Art. 55.
Dismissal.
Import dismissal condemnation res judicata for all the offenses covered by Part II,

Cl. 2, Title II, Chap. IV of the Penal Code (art. 241 et seq.) When the sentence amounts to a penalty of imprisonment
joint or a fine is with the changes, and other common crimes to trial
of the State Congress have ignominy, fat except for the offenses for which is expected
dismissal.
Import dismissal the final sentence, for crimes of any nature, prison sentence of more than
least two years.
The conviction by a court for crimes of any nature matter dismissal if
take place the execution of a custodial sentence of more than two years.
Also import dismissal, regardless of any prosecution:
a) grave abuse of authority;
B) insubordination in the performance of the service;
C) the non-observance of professional secrecy;
D) a serious breach of trust;
E) noted the absence of the moral sense;
F) failure to live up to the oath;
G) any act not serious nature prejudicial against property of the State.
Art.
56. Procedure in case of dismissal.
The penalty of dismissal is pronounced by the Congress of State acting on a complaint by
of the facts Personnel Chief who can give you c uses.
Before the final decision of the Congress has the right to submit its
justifications or counterclaims within 30 days of notification of the dispute, if it does not exist
an enforceable judgment, and will in any case be heard opinion of the Commission staff
.
The decision of the State Congress must be notified to the Great and General Council during its most
'next session.
The resolution of dismissal is effective immediately, so you depend on will have to leave the use
immediately and can no longer 'be reinstated in service.
The fired employee retains any dirtti only liquidation treatment pel case
end of service, subject to the discretion of the State to claim in compensation for
material damage suffered because of the misconduct of the employee punished .
Art. 57.
Removal.
It incurs dismissal, even independently of any prosecution for any act willful
against San Marino State or against Stat friends; for the crimes set out in articles. 247 -
248-249 of the Penal Code; for any act seriously prejudicial against property of the State;
For serious acts of insubordination against the Central Government, the Regency or superiors, committed
publicly, with obvious offense of the princi of discipline and authority.
They import also the dismissal of the convictions have become final for offenses of any class and
especially against state security, which is the punishment with which they are punished.
The removal, such as the dismissal takes effect immediately with the consequences related with
forfeiture of any and all rights to the treatment established for the case of the end of service.
Art.
58. Procedure in case of dismissal.
The dismissal is pronounced by the State Congress following the procedure laid down for cases of dismissal
.
Art. 59.
State Congress with disciplinary functions.
The Congress of State in the exercise of disciplinary powers granted by this Act is
constituted and function, as follows.
The Captains Regent preside over the Congress of State govern with the consent, and
convene whenever they deem it necessary.
The meetings of the Congress are valid when at least two thirds of its members, and
deliberations will be taken by a majority of its members.
The equality of votes is for the benefit of the employee subject to disciplinary action.
Art. 60.
Appeals.
Against the decision of the State Congress, which involves the dismissal or removal, the
employee may resort to the ordinary appellate judge for civil cases constituted as
Administration Magistrate. The appeal must be psentato forward to the Court Clerk
commissioner within ten days of notification delprovvedimento of the State Congress.
It 'faculties given to the Administrative Judge of opening terms of testing and double check in order to
appeal filed.
The ruling of the Administrative Judge's decision is final.
Art. 61.
Awards.
For employees who are particularly distinguished by their activity and zeal, the capacity and expertise
in the hallway of their work can be assigned the following awards:
1 - Note the personnel Cape praise ;
2 - Note of praise of the State Congress;
3 - praise of the State Congress Note and given a grant "one-off";

4 - Bronze Medal;
5 - Silver Medal;
6 - Gold Medal.
Art. 62.
Note the personnel Cape praise.
On advice of the Head Office, the Chief of staff may submit a written note to praise
employee who has distinguished for zeal and activity.
Art. 63.
praise Note of the State Congress.
In the case provided in the preceding Article, and where there are also capacity
assumptions and expertise uncommon, the Congress of State may decide to send the employee to a note written by
praise.
In the event that the employee, for long periods of time and without pay, will be dedicated to work overtime
strettament within the office and tied the best operation of it, the Congress of State may
a decision that is attributed or, one-off, a check for the amount it sets
.
Art. 64.
Medals.
The medals of which the following are conferred, even before the end of the service, by the Great and General Council
, at the proposal of the Regency, for employees and for the time periods indicated are
are constantly dedicated to assiduousness, diligence, zeal and ability to service assigned to them:
bronze medal - 15 years
silver medal - 20 years
gold medal - 25 years
TITLE VII.
Special rules.
Art. 65.
Tenuta states of service of staff.
The Registry of Internal Affairs will hold pr each employee also extraordinary, a state service
with personal data and information relating to the appointment, trial, punishment,
awards and all matters concerning the State juridico co thereof.
The State Accounting should instead keep the current states of the staff for everything
which is relevant to the economic treatment.
Art. 66.
Commission staff.
The Commission staff is of the council appointment. It is chaired by the Head of Personnel and
is composed of seven members, two of which belonging to the state's establishment, within the four chosen
Great and General Council does not state employees and one chosen from anyone who graduated or | || graduate.
All the members of the Commission shall hold office for the term during which they were appointed
and may be reelected.
The Commission is permanent and is convened as often as is required in the cases provided by this law
.
The decisions are taken by majority vote; in case of equality of votes the report by the President
.
Art. 67.
Assignment salaries.
Civil servants organically and out organic, n exclusion of temporary, can yield up
to a fifth of their monthly check guarantee and payment of loans from credit institutions of San Marino
.
The transfer request, bearing the clearance of the Regency, authorizes the Treasurer
Government to pay to the bank affected the monthly fee established for the loan repayment.
Art. 68.
to seizure of salaries.
The to seizure of salaries of civil servants remains governed by the law May 27, 1899 and any amendments thereto
.
TITLE VIII.
Officials and outside established staff.
Art. 69.
Implementing legislation.
Officials and employees outside the workforce are entitled to receive the salary and allowances that
are established for the office that each of them holds, according to the table ( "B" attached) attached to one of
comprehensive framework of state employees.
They apply in respect of officials and outside staff employees the rules of this
law concerning salaries, allowances, periodic increases, family allowances, the
liquidation end of service, deductions for liqu bestowal, the trips and holidays.
Art. 70. Special Contracts.
E 'on the faculty of the State Congress, for the places that are planned within the framework of employees out organic
, to adjust the relationship with the signing of special contracts will, after the Board's
appointment and consistent with disposizi n relating thereto.
It 'date is also given to the State Congress to recruit staff by taking out
special contracts, which will have to be covered nature and manner of performance,
duration and remuneration, to hold office not envisaged in the organic framework, or for the hiring of staff
called to cover posts on the establishment plan when staff told
does not have the same chance of being established post due to age or other impediment limits.
TITLE IX.
Final provisions.
Art. 71.
Final provisions.
The rules contained in this Act shall repeal all provisions incompatible with it and

Implicitly or explicitly changed with the exception of express reference standards.
Given at Our Residence, this day of May 24, 1962 (1661 dFR).
THE CAPTAINS REGENT
Forcellini Domenico - Francesco Valli

THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE WHOLE BUSINESS GL Berti


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