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Mission of stabilization of the Nations United in the Republic of HAITI (MINUSTAH) extension of delivery PERMANENCE of the effective belonging to the forces armed national the Senate and the Chamber of representatives of the Republic East of the Uruguay, gathered at General Assembly, Decree: article 1.-the stay outside the country of the military contingent deployed in the Republic of Haiti be extended until December 31, 2016 licensed by the laws we. 17.785, 22 June 2004, 17.860, 28 December 2004, 17.926, of 15 December 2005, 17.992, July 20, 2006, 18.163, on July 29, 2007, 18.225, on December 22, 2007, 18.443, December 24, 2008, 18.655, April 9, 2010 18.727, January 5, 2011, 18.864, December 23, 2011, 19.053, of 4 January 2013, 19.186, of December 30, 2013, and 19.309, January 7, 2015. Article 2.-without prejudice to the provisions of the preceding article, if the United Nations meets the completion of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in the Republic of Haiti (MINUSTAH) before the abovementioned date, the Executive branch shall withdraw deployed personnel, under conditions to be agreed with the concerned organization. However designated, the Executive may at any time within the period of the planned extension and founded decision, reduce more deployed troops and even proceeding with the total removal of them, communicating to the General Assembly. Hall of sessions of the Senate, in Montevideo, December 22, 2015. RAUL SENDIC, President.
José Pedro Montero, Secretary. Ministry of defence National Ministry of the INTERIOR Ministry in relations outside Montevideo, December 31, 2015. Met, acknowledge receipt, communicate, publish, and inserted into the national registry of laws and decrees, the law that extending the term of stay of the troops belonging to the national armed forces in the UN Stabilization Mission in the Republic of Haiti. TABARÉ VÁZQUEZ.
ELEUTERIO FERNÁNDEZ HUIDOBRO.
RODOLFO NIN NOVOA.
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