Electoral Legislation. Modification.

Original Language Title: Legislacion Electoral. Modificacion.

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REPLACEMENTS and repeal articles of the law No. 7.812 "Election law" the Senate and the Chamber of representatives of the Republic East of the Uruguay, gathered at General Assembly, Decree: article 1.-replace article 1 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: "article 1.-electors are persons registered in the national civic registration which are included at the time of the election by the Electoral Court enforceable resolution in" the "vote-enabled" section, organized by article 64 of the law of January 9, 1924.

"Enabled to vote" to regard the previous paragraph electoral sheets corresponding to the entries in the national civic registration that have not been challenged, which having been challenged may have been maintained by a decision of the competent authorities, and those upon which, in a trial of exclusion, is there is no pronouncing judgment rendered within the qualifying period are section." Article 2.-replacing article 3 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: 'article 3. In the elections of President of the Republic, Senate, House of representatives, municipal mayors, departmental meetings, elective local councils and electoral commissions, can cover persons who fulfil the conditions laid down in article 1.

Those same people will be those enabled to vote in the election scheduled in article 151 of the Constitution, if it is necessary to make it. This will take place with the same register and electoral leaves that governed in the previous one, with the same integration of the commissions, receiving votes - except for substitutions that should operate for reasons of force majeure - and on the basis of the same circuit plans, which will not require new "advertising". Article 3.-repeal of article 4 of the law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925. Article 4.-repeal articles 6, 7 and 8 of the law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925. Article 5.-replace article 11 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 26 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 11.-voting sheets and lists of candidates inserted in them must be distinguished by the diversity of their slogans or " , in the case of having them, of its sublemas or distinctive. The electoral authorities will decide if voting sheets presented the conditions required to not induce confusion to voters. This diversity is also designated by order number that will be placed to headlining the leaves of voting in clear characters of larger, enclosed in a circle.

In each period preeleccionario parties or political groupings remain the right of priority on the use of the number or numbers that have been used to distinguish their sheets of voting in the previous national election.

The same right they will maintain departmental groupings on the use of the number that have been used in the previous departmental election.

Parties or political groupings wishing to use the same number used in the previous one, in an election must do so know thus electoral boards with fifty days at least in advance of the Election Act.

Expired such term unless the communication referred to in the previous paragraph have been the Electoral Board may grant numbers without exception to any other party or grouping that has requested them by order of presentation". Article 6.-replace article 12 of law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the amendments introduced by article 26 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928 and by article 4 of Decree-Law Nº 10.167, of 29 May 1942, by the following: "article 12.-the candidate lists will contain the names of the same" (, placed in any of the following ways: to) in a single management succession, having convened, in case of vacancy of any of the owners, other candidates who had not been elected holders, by the successive order of their placement on the list.

(B) in two ordinations, corresponding, one titular candidates and the other alternates, should convene, in case of vacancy, alternate sayings, by the successive order of their placement on the list.

((C) in two ordinations, corresponding, a headlines candidates, and other, respective alternates of each holder, and must call, firstly, alternates corresponding holder whose vacancy should supplement, and secondly, other alternates from the list in the order established in the literal B).

(D) in two ordinations, corresponding, a holders, and other respective alternates of each holder. If definitive, the vacancy of the holder shall supply it the first unelected holder of the list following the preferential order described in subparagraph A). In that circumstance the respective alternates will be people already decentralized the holder ceased. Instead if the vacancy of the holder was temporary, it will be convened to the respective alternate from the list according to the order established in clause (C)).

Political parties may opt for any of these formulas and must communicate it to the Electoral Court, or to the Electoral Board that corresponds to register their lists and establish it clearly in them, which identified as alternates to the literal of A preferential system), ordinal deputies of the literal b), respective to the literal C) and mixed deputies of preferential and respective alternates to the literal D).

The number of headlines candidates may not exceed the charges that are provided by means of the election to which the candidates, except in the case of the literal are proposed to), in which you can not spend the quadruple that number.

The number of alternate candidates don't spend treble holders". Article 7.-repeal of paragraph of article 13 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, the first in the wording given by article 26 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928. Article 8.-replace article 14 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 26 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 14.-thirty days at least before the election, any party or political group which proposes candidates must register on the electoral boards three printed copies " at least, sheets of vote including those candidacies, with their number, printing ink color, theme and, where appropriate, sublemas, and distinctive supporters.

One of the sheets of voting must be authorized by the signature of the executive authorities of the party or registrant group.

Together with the printed copies of the sheet, registrants shall submit a list of candidates that make up the lists of departmental constituency, indicating the series and numbers of the respective civic credentials. This requirement will include all of the list of City Mayor and the first third, at least of the members and alternates to other organs that are provided through the election.

For lists that are involved in national constituency the same communication must be to the Electoral Court the national authorities of the partisan groups that sponsor them". Article 9.-replaced article 15 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: 'article 15.-should the second choice provided for in article 151 of the Constitution of the Republic should be held voting sheets will be registered before the Electoral Court ten days earlier, at least in this election. In this case, in addition to the copies referred to in the previous article, will be handed to the Court enough so she referred to each Electoral Board three copies, at least, sheets of voting that had been presented.

Presidential formulas will be automatically registered with the pronouncement that the Electoral Court of the outcome of the election.

The qualified for the record of voting sheets are the presidential candidates or their delegates.

Vote sheets will print on paper with black ink and white, and will include only the names of candidates and their photographs, not allowing additional markings of any kind.

The regulation of the Electoral Court will determine other aspects of voting sheets, such as its dimensions and weight of the paper, before the completion of the first choice"article 10.-replace article 16 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the modifications introduced by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312 , of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 16.-the electoral boards and the Electoral Court, where appropriate, be published within 24 hours of its presentation, composition and characteristics of voting sheets that are presenting and exhibited them to party delegates that request them. "


The opposition to registration may deduct is within two days of its publication". Article 11.-Replaced article 17 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 17.-joints refuse to register any sheet of voting that does not show diversity in the motto or sublemas, if any " ", or in images, stamps, badges, or in any of the lists of candidates printed on the leaflet, with respect to the previously registered". Article 12.-Replace article 18 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: "article 18.-electoral boards and the Electoral Court, where appropriate, refuse registration sheets of voting that arise" If they contain as a motto or sublemas party names registered by the parties, or the slogans and sublemas registered by them in previous elections, provided that the national authorities of these parties opusieren to the registry within two days following the publication of the sheet of voting that is intended to register". Article 13.-Replaced section 20 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: "article 20.-only may be taken into account, for the purposes of the poll, vote sheets registered in accordance with the preceding articles". Article 14.-Replaced article 21 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 21.-will be null leaves vote whose motto, sublemas, inkjet printing, candidates, images, signs or hallmarks, differ from those recorded before the Electoral Board voting sheets. "

Shall be considered equal to those registered, voted ballot sheets, when they express or represent the same judgement of the Board of elections or Electoral Court, whatever the differences of detail showing". Article 15.-Replacing article 22 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 4 of law No. 8.927, of December 16, 1932, by the following: ' article 22.-persons enrolled in urban and suburban areas will vote in circuits formed in accordance with the corresponding management of their respective series. "

Persons registered in rural areas would vote in the circuits that integrate, in accordance with article 33 of the law of national civic registration, for which purpose electoral boards, as soon as possible, be located the host committees of votes ensuring its equidistance with regard to households of the corresponding circuit enrolled". Article 16.-Replace article 23 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 4 of law No. 8.927, of December 16, 1932, by the following: 'article 23.-sixty days prior to the date that the Election Act, must be done each Electoral Board will propose to the Electoral Court , the circuit plan of the Department. A_tal_efecto classified electoral circuits, as follows: 1) inscriptions included in urban and suburban districts, grouped by the sequential order of their numbering in the district, in circuits not exceeding four hundred registered number.

2nd) inscriptions pertaining to rural districts, grouped by circuit, in ascending order of numbering, not being able these understand more than three hundred registered, pursuant to article 22 ". Article 17.-Replace article 26 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 4 of law No. 8.927, of December 16, 1932, by the following: ' article 26.-in each electoral circuit will operate a Committee receiving votes. " The local that has run the Committee, shall be determined by the Electoral Board taking into account, where possible, its equidistance with regard to the homes of people corresponding to the circuit. The location of the premises will be the same in all elections, unless by force major, or undisputed convenience, recognized by three-fifths of votes of the members of the boards, it becomes necessary to change within the circuit". Article 18.-Replace article 27 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 27.-the circuit plan approved the Electoral Court will have its publication in posters, which will be printed in sufficient numbers so that they can distribute in profusion in the respective constituencies or in other media." The publication will contain the series and number of the circuit and initial number final number of qualified entries to vote place where the receiving Commission work, hours for suffrage and election day". Article 19.-Replace article 29 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 7 of law Nº 10.789, on September 23, 1946, by the following: ' article 29.-distribution of voters by circuit shall be fixed in public places and will be published in the press of the towns " , twenty days before the election. The local that should go each receiving Commission should contain necessarily, a poster showing series and number of the circuit and initial number final number of qualified entries to vote on it". Article 20.-Replace article 30 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 30.-the register of qualified to vote will be given to the political parties and exposed in visible location on the premises in which work the departmental electoral offices, at least forty-five days before the date that the election should be held. "

Political parties may claim the Electoral Court of deficiencies which, in its view, exist in the registry until 15 days before the date set for the election. Within the same term, ignored citizens may be made claim in writing, personally or by registered letter. The Electoral Court will have corrections that apply and shall notify the Board of elections that appropriate". Article 21.-Replace article 31 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 7 of law Nº 10.789, on September 23, 1946, by the following: ' article 31.-the Electoral Court will form electoral records corresponding to each circuit. " For this purpose, the National Electoral Office will order, in the manner deemed most appropriate, election leaves the fall enrolled in each circuit, that can not be separated encuadernará them in a way and will leave the authentic evidence of its contents on the cover. "The Electoral Court shall send the notebooks, without delay, the electoral boards". Article 22.-Replacing article 33 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: "article 33.-the designations to integrate those committees will fall in public officials and notaries public." Only by exception, if these were not enough, they may lie with citizens who do not have this quality. In all cases will be considered only to those who are your current civic registration in the Department that should act.

The designations for the national election shall remain in force if it is necessary to carry out the second choice provided for in article 151 of the Constitution of the Republic". Article 23.-Replace article 35 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: ' article 35.-membership of receiving commissions for votes is indispensable. " Only be accepted as grounds to not integrate these committees provided for in the literal to), B) and C) of article 6 of law No. 16.017, of 20 January 1989, which must prove in the way established in article 7 of the Act, as amended by article 6 of law No. 16,083, of 18 October 1989. The respective Electoral Board will appreciate submitted resignations and its resolution will be irrevocable". Article 24.-Replacing article 37 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: "article 37.-for the purposes of enabling the accomplishment of the mission provided for in the preceding article, public bodies must provide the electoral boards , at least 90 days prior to the Election Act, the roster of officials from its dependence on conditions to be determined by the Electoral Court.


Under the responsibility of the respective Hierarchs, it shall appear on the payroll referred all of officials belonging to its distribution corresponding to include in preferentially to the senior staff, and that is part of the ranking's technical professionals. Only be excluded is officials who found in the situation referred to in article 34, are unable to integrate the host committees of votes". Article 25.-Replace article 39 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, replaced by article 1 of law No. 16.584, on September 22, 1994, by the following: ' article 39.-public servants who are appointed to integrate commissions recipients of votes in case of exercising their functions, shall have rest the day after the election and five days of license. "

In the same case, notaries public who do not have the quality of civil servants shall receive compensation equivalent to 12 UR (twelve readjustable units) for his performance.

This remuneration will be effective through the deduction of that amount in the payment of taxes collected by the tax accrued on the occasion of the exercise of their profession.

Public officials designated as alternates, which arise at the time established in article 55 and to comply with the obligation referred to in the second paragraph of article 58, entitled to two days of leave if not supplemented to the holders.

Public servants who do not attend to integrate the host committees of votes which were appointed to do so last time provided for in article 55 not duly justify their omission, shall be punished with a fine equivalent to the amount of one month's salary, which will be withheld from their salary.

Discounts shall be carried out at the request of the Electoral Court, which establish the measures necessary for the implementation of the sanctions.

Notaries public who commit identical omission shall be punished by a fine of up to 60 (sixty readjustable units) UR. The fine will be included in the Electoral Board for the Department that corresponds to your civic registration being application the provisions of articles 8, 9, 10 and 11 of the law Nº 16.017, of January 20, 1989.

Absences at trainings shall lose the right to the use of the license or to the remuneration provided in first and second paragraphs of this article". Article 26.-Replace article 42 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: "(ARTICULO 42.-Son atribuciones de las Comisiones Receptoras: A) receive the votes of the enrolled pursuant to provisions of Chapter VIII."

(B) decide all the difficulties that occur in order to not suspend its mission immediately.

(C) carry out the primary scrutinies referred to in chapter XI.

(D) keep the order preventing that the normality of the exercise of the suffrage, alter which will have the necessary security forces". Article 27.-Replace article 45 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 45.-receiving commissions of votes must run in the buildings previously designated by the Board of elections. "

The electoral commissions shall endeavour to select locations allowing easy access from the voters because of its location by choosing preferably local audiences, except for the armed forces or the police. "When not available from local public sufficient for the installation of the receiving commissions or those available do not meet conditions, electoral boards may be used without compensation locative private property deemed necessary". Article 28.-Replace article 47 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 47.-locals to vote must be in immediate communication with other local or closed compartment - the secret room - within which to voters without being seen, lay the sheet of voting on the corresponding envelope."

This last room or compartment not may have more than a usable door to communicate with the local vote.

All other openings have must shut down, lacrando is and sealing by the Chairman and Secretary.

They may not be altered or removed the seals until the completion of the Election Act.

The Electoral Board will take measures so this venue have sufficient lighting". Article 29.-Replace article 48 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 48.-in the concerned local or compartment must be a table or other appropriate unit on which placed copies in sufficient number of all sheets of voting that had been registered". Article 30.-Replace article 56 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: ' article 56.-Members who had not been present, arriving time 7.00 shall be replaced immediately by the ordinal substitutes " , in the order that corresponds. All this, as well as the name and number of the civic credential and series of the custody shall be recorded in the minutes of installation". Article 31.-Replace article 58 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: ' article 58.-If the members and alternates of a Commission recipient of votes does not reach three, recourse to integrate it alternates - in the order in which were appointed - other receiving commissions of votes that will work in the " same local, which have not established as holders in those committees and communicate it to the election Board.

For this purpose alternates must remain in local voting until all of the votes receiving commissions that have run on it are integrated.

If the receiving Commission could not be integrated as provided, holders and substitutes that do not reach three, invite any citizen or citizens so they take up the posts of the absent temporarily and immediately communicate what has happened to the Electoral Board". Article 32.-Replace article 59 of law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: ' article 59.-by the Electoral Board received the communications referred to in the previous article, immediately shall appoint the Member or members which are necessary to integrate the Commission. "

This designation or ratification shall be communicated immediately to the Chairman of the Commission that corresponds.

Rural communications will be made as quickly as possible and through the Police Department closer to the place in which operate the Commission.

In the latter case, the police officer shall recorded in the books of the office communication and streams it in writing to the President of the Commission". Article 33.-Replaced article 60 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: 'Article 60.-each Member of the recipient and the custody if your registration not applicable to the electoral circuit that acts the Commission, they should exhibit their civic credentials in order to justify your identity'. Article 34.-Replace article 63 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 3 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: "article 63.-before starting its functions the Commission votes recipient must, necessarily, extend a procès-verbal of his installation, which shall contain the following" (: 1) the precise time of the installation.

(2) the names of the members present to specifying in public distribution to perform its functions or as a notary public and the series and number of civic credentials.

(3) the name of the custody with accurate indication of series and civic credential number and the directory to which you belong.

(4) the names of the delegates favor with expression of the political group representing.

(5) the names of the Chairman and Secretary.

(6) the observations deserving of the Act of installation by the members or delegates who want to make them.

(7) all other circumstances that relate to the installation.


The minutes must be signed by all members present to delegates who had attended the event and can also do". Article 35.-Replace article 70 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 70.-party delegates will be given to the President of the Commission leaves vote of parties representing, in sufficient numbers, in the view of the same delegates". Article 36.-Replaced article 72 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, amended by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 72.-leaves of vote shall be deposited by the delegates, in presence of the President of the Commission, in the secret room " in a piece of furniture appropriate, so that they can be easily distinguished by the voters." Article 37.-Replaced article 74 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, amended by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 74.-at any time in the course of the vote, delegates of parties may be submitted to the Committee receiving votes sheets of voting that have been registered before the respective electoral authorities. "

The delegates will immediately placed these sheets in the secret room, in the presence of the President of the Commission receiving of vows". Article 38.-Replace article 77 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: ' article 77.-the vote will be issued only to receiving commissions for votes from the Department in which it is current civic registration. "

Before the commissions acting on urban and suburban circuits only can cover included voters in the circuit that corresponds to each of these committees. "This provision excluding members acting the recipient of votes and the custody Committee who can afford before the Commission when acting - displaying its credential civic - in such a case must admit their votes with observation for not belonging to the circuit". Article 39.-Replaced article 78 of the law Nº 7.812, of January 16, 1989, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 16.017, of January 20, 1989, by the following: "article 78.-before receiving commissions of votes who act on rural circuits may pay its members and the custody although they do not belong to the circuit" , provided that have existing enrollment in the Department. In this case, their votes will be admitted with observation for not belonging to the circuit. You can also cover the electors of the Department not included in the circuit in which they work, provided that your civic registration corresponds to a rural constituency and in addition the following conditions are met: 1) voters must necessarily civic credential.

(2) while they are present electors belonging to the circuit had not yet borne, may not accept the vote of voters who do not belong to the circuit.

(3) the votes cast by voters not belonging to the circuit should be admitted with observation by this circumstance". Article 40.-Replace article 79 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "(ARTICULO 79.-Todo elector puede ser observado por las causales siguientes: 1) by identity, whenever in the judgment of any of the members of the receiving Commission votes or party delegates not corresponded to the person presenting to vote the data attached to it or be the credential that exhibits."

(2) for suspension or loss of citizenship or by suspension of political rights.

(3) by multiple registration.

Just a member of the Commission receiving of vows to support or maintain observation formulated so that it is forced to admit how observed vote". Article 41.-Replace article 81 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, and the modifications given by article 5 of the law No. 13.882, of September 18, 1970, by the following: ' article 81.-will you accept the vote of any person manifesting belong to the circuit that acts the Commission, although his name does not appear in the list of voters always that in the electoral register of the circuit figure electoral sheet. " Also, will accept the vote of any person manifesting belong to the circuit, whenever her name appears on the list of electors.

In both cases the voter will be observed. In the second, if the voter does not exhibit their civic credentials, it will be observed by identity.

In the election referred to in subsection first paragraph 9º) of article 77 of the Constitution of the Republic will not accept the vote when the person display civic credential but not listed his name in the register, or its election sheet in the electoral register of the circuit.

The Electoral Court will publish the electoral register later than forty-five days before the election referred to in the preceding paragraph". Article 42.-Replace article 83 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 83.-immediately the voter will take an open voting envelope of the box containing them and will display the number printed carrying the members of the Commission. "

Score then the ordinal list the order number of the voter, the neckband number, series and number of voter registration, as well as your name and surname. "Then the voter will be invited to move to the fourth secret to enclose in the envelope the polling sheet". Article 43.-Replaced the article 84 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, amended by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 84.-voter, entering into the secret room, close the door behind them and will immediately proceed to put on the envelope sheet to close it and vote ". Article 44.-Replace article 93 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 93.-before issued vote shall be recorded in the ordinal voting list the name of the voter, the series and its registration number and the causal observation if it has been."

These data, the number of the circuit and the number which corresponded to voter ordinal list will be annotated also, on a special form to record the observed votes cast at the circuit which will take in two copies and which must be signed by all the members of the Commission receiving and delegates who wish to do so.

One of the copies of this form will be delivered together with the ballot box and outside this, the President and Secretary of the Electoral Board or members that will replace them". Article 45.-Replace article 96 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 4 of law No. 16.584, on September 22, 1994, by the following: ' article 96.-19.30 hours will end the reception of votes. " However, if arriving this time is observed by the Commission that there are still voters, provided that they belong to the circuit, who can not afford for lack of time, will be extended the term for the sole purpose of that vote those voters while the extension does not exceed one hour.

The receiving commissions of votes referred to in article 78 shall be governed during the hour of extension as provided in that provision". Article 46.-Replace article 104 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 104.-after the vote and signed the Act of closing to which refers article 97, will proceed to open the ballot box and to withdraw and have envelopes that had in it, check if your number matches that indicate the ordinal list."

Then envelopes containing observed votes be separated, it will also check if your number matches that indicate the ordinal list and, without opening them, two packages will be made: one with all that apply to votes observed by not belonging to the circuit or not appear on the register and another that correspond to observed by identity votes.


The number of envelopes containing will be expressed in the sheath of each package. Sheath shall be signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the Commission, stamped and sealed". Article 47.-Replace article 106 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 106-where within a same envelope appeared more than one voting sheet, if they were identical and not exceed two will be validated one, overriding the other, if they exceed two will void all; " If they are different will proceed in the following way: if they were different slogan, no, will not be worth being annulled all; If they were the same slogan will be calculated one vote to the slogan and not be tend´ran into account sheets of voting for subsequent operations of the scrutiny, without prejudice to record expressed in the minutes of the number that distinguishes voting sheets that make up the voting to the motto. "In the latter case the Electoral Board, to practice the departmental scrutiny, will determine if the leaves contain sublemas or equal lists, corresponds to win a vote in the sublemas, or to list". Article 48.-Replaced article 107 of Act No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, amended by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 107.-entire sheet of voting appears marked with signs, amendments, testaduras or handwritten names added, shall be void. "

The breaks or bends that you can present the voting won't give reason for its cancellation unless by its magnitude, they demonstrate the clear intention of the voter's violation of the secrecy of the vote.

"It is also void, entire sheet of voting that had not been registered before the respective Electoral Board": article 49.-replaced article 108 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, amended by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: "article 108-may not overridden sheets of voting with printing errors in the name or the names of the candidates."

Voting sheets will not be voidable when in the opinion of the Commission receiving of vows express or represent the same as those recorded before the Electoral Board, whatever the differences of detail showing". Article 50.-Replaced article 109 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 109.-the President and the Secretary of the Committee votes recipient will sign each of the voided vote leaves " which will be put aside to send to the Electoral Board, without taking them into account in the calculation referred to in article 105 ". Article 51.-Replace article 114 of law No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 114-the Commission votes receiving extended copy of the certificate of canvass or certification of the outcome, signed by all members and delegates who wish it, for delivery outside the URN to the President and Secretary of the Electoral Board or members that will replace them. " A copy of such copy or certification will be delivered to the delegate or member of the Commission that request it". Article 52.-Replaced article 115 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 115.-immediately counted voting sheets, envelopes containing them, packets of observed votes should be placed in the ballot box " all the records carved out by the Commission, a copy of the special form to record the observed votes, comments sheets, unused ballot envelopes, all leftovers and other documents received by the Commission for its operation.

The urn will be closed, sealed and stamped. One of the keys will be in the hands of the President and the other held by the Secretary of the Commission". Article 53.-Replace article 116 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 116.-commissions acting on circuits that distended not more than twenty-five kilometers from the capital of the departments, will be required to send the URN to the Electoral Board on the same day that the vote takes place. " Commissions acting on other circuits shall send them within the twelve hours following the closing of the vote". Article 54.-Replace article 117 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 117-the urn will be conducted by the Chairman and Secretary of the Commission receiving votes, or, in case of impossibility of these, by the members of the Commission appointed ". Article 55.-Replace article 118 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 118.-the urn will be delivered, in the premises of the departmental Electoral Bureau, the President and the Secretary of the Electoral Board or two members for three-fifths of votes, delegated that function. "

This delivery receipt which will indicate the status of the URN, its sealing wax and seals will be granted.

The keys will be delivered to each of the members of the Electoral Board received the urn". Article 56.-Merge as article 120 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, the following: ' article 120.-with copies or certificates referred to in article 114 of the electoral boards operations to obtain the result of the vote be carried out in each Department and shall communicate it to the Electoral Court. "

This will regulate the terms and procedures to be followed for the remission of these communications". Article 57.-Replace article 125 of law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 26 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 125.-inside of the first three days following the election, the Electoral Board in permanent session at the premises of its sessions will meet to initiate departmental scrutiny " that shall continue every day for six hours a day as a minimum up to its completion. Tracers members will be driven to the session by the security forces, at the request of the participants. The Electoral Court shall fix within that term the day and time in which each Electoral Board shall initiate the scrutiny". Article 58.-Replace article 126 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 4 of law No. 8.693, of October 15, 1930, by the following: ' article 126.-the Electoral Court assist the electoral boards the deemed the case to these can end the realizaci´n of departmental scrutiny within the stipulated deadlines. "

Also, it shall regulate the intervention of delegates, supporters on the ballots, to prevent blockages and unjustified delays". Article 59.-Replace article 128 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 128.-the BoE may not dispose of records and indexes coated for the formalities prescribed by this law or decreeing the cancellation of votes that had not been observed before receiving commissions for votes."

The Electoral Board will meet and resolve about the comments made before such commissions and that, with regard to the votes already observed, they were made during scrutineering. It will only make use of the examination of the contents of the ballot box in case it is necessary to resolve these observations or complaints that are formulated on the basis of article 159 or when contradictory data entered in the proceedings so require it.


In the event that you miss some transcriptions of primary ballot shall be valid copies or certifications granted in accordance with article 114 ". Article 60.-Replace article 130 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 5 of Decree-Law Nº 14,802, of July 6, 1978, by the following: 'article 130.-immediately the President and the Secretary of the Board of elections will be opening one by one, according to its paragraph order , received urns and leaving within them voting sheets, will extract the packages containing the observed votes, the form that records, the list of ordinal voting, election of the circuit leaves notebook, payroll sheets of voting that had been annulled by the receiving Commission of votes and voters. Then it will be closing the urn". Article 61.-Replace article 131 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 131.-without prejudice to pronounce on the validity of the proceedings by the commissions recipients, the Electoral Board will give priority to the study and counting of observed votes. " For this purpose, the President will go one by one opening outer envelopes of voters observed by identity, will extract the corresponding identification sheet and may refer to the National Electoral Office so that you make the necessary checks to establish the validity and the empowerment of the civic registration and voter identity." Article 62.-Merge as article 132 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, the following: "article 132.-with respect to each of the votes issued by registered corresponding to the circuit, observed" by not appear the voter in the list of electors", only"is checked if your registration is current and skilful"." In this case, "their vote will be validated". Article 63.-Replace article 133 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 133.-with regard to each of the votes out of the loop that paid the registration, will be checked if it is current and working and using the ordinal list of voters of this circuit if the voter has also borne on it. " If not it is fact will validate your vote by adding his name to the respective ordinal list. If the test proves that the voter had borne also on their circuit, the voting envelope shall be destroyed without opening reserves observation sheet in order to initiate the corresponding criminal action.

For the purposes of carrying out the checks provided for in this article shall take into account the returns referred to in article 93 ". Article 64.-Replace the article 134 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "(ARTICULO 134.-Conjuntamente con las demás observaciones se procederá a resolver aquellas a que refieren los numerales 2) and (3) of article 79."

"In all cases the observed voting envelope will be kept apart for sheltering under sealing, seal and signatures of the President and Secretary of the Electoral Board". Article 65.-Replace article 135 of law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 135.-If it is proven that the identity of the voter does not correspond to the one of the registered whose credential or data have been used to vote, and no appeal in the event of the decision of the Electoral Board, the vote will be rejected and will be destroyed without opening the envelope of voting" reserving the identification sheet in order to initiate the corresponding criminal action." Article 66.-Replace article 137 of law No. 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 137.-if verified the identity of the voter with the of the registered data or whose credentials had used to vote, or, in its case, the other comments were not justified, and not appeal in the Act of the Electoral Board resolution" shall be allowed the vote turning to enclose the envelope of voting in the corresponding ballot box for their subsequent scrutiny." Article 67.-Replace section 138 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 138.-made this check, mix all voting envelopes admitted, leading to its opening and the "pull" content. " Article 68.-Replace article 139 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 139.-to the scrutinizing observed votes the Electoral Board shall conform to the provisions of articles 106, 107 and 109 ". Article 69.-Replaced article 140 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: "article 140.-simultaneously with the operation of the observed votes the Electoral Board, verify the correspondence of data entered in the minutes among themselves and with other documents prepared by receiving commissions of votes and shall be agreed the provisions of article 128 ". Article 70.-Replaced article 141 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 26 of the law Nº 8.312, 17 of October of 1928, and the addition of article 6 of the law Nº 8.693, of October 15, 1930, by the following: ' article 141.-finished all operations and once resolved the issues referred to in this chapter " the Electoral Board will make the final tally of the votes cast in the Department classifying them by slogans, sublemas, and badges for each one of the bodies which corresponds to provide through the choice and adding containing each classification.

In the case of voting sheets that motto, sublemas, and distinctive overall for all lists of candidates means that such slogans, sublemas, and distinctive point to each and every one of the candidate lists inserted in the voting sheet.

The electoral commissions must complete indexes before the eighth day following the initiation of.

The background of the election not be completed by that date any scrutiny, will be sent immediately to the Electoral Court.

The Court shall make effort to conclude the scrutiny before the fifth day following receipt of the background and must exercise for that purpose all legal means at its disposal.

If arrival that date had not finished counting, will it be in permanent session, without intermediates, to put an end". Article 71.-Replace article 142 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 142.-in the election that the Republic should be considered as a single constituency, the electoral commissions, complying with the provisions of this chapter, shall be limited to compute the valid votes cast in their respective departments, grouping them and counting them by slogans " sublemas and lists of candidates.

"Performed computation will be recorded in the minutes, signed by the members of the Electoral Board and delegates supporters wishing to do so, will be sent to the Electoral Court". Article 72.-Replaced article 143 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with amendments by article 27 of the law Nº 8.312, of October 17, 1928, by the following: ' article 143-all documents that relate to the election, as well as transcriptions, records, vote sheets and corresponding envelopes " they will be in power, and the responsibility of the Electoral Board, until the validity of the election is resolved or they are claimed by the Electoral Court". Article 73.-Replace article 144 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 2 of the law No. 8,070, of February 23, 1927, by the following: ' article 144.-the computation of the election that the Republic should be considered as a single constituency will be carried out by the Electoral Court ". Article 74.-Replace article 158 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 158.-resolutions and procedures of the electoral commissions, in the events leading up to the election, referred to in section II, may apply for reinstatement within five days of its publication. " This claim should be accompanied by the subsidiary action of appeal to the Electoral Court.


The appeal will be two days if the resolution refers to sheets of voting registration. The electoral commissions must fail the appeal within three days of its filing. If they maintain their resolution is franqueará appeal cars to the Electoral Court which will fail them summarily and without further recourse to immediately soar". Article 75.-Replace article 159 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 159.-resolutions and procedures of receiving commissions from votes in the acts of the suffrage may be observed in the Act of leaving the corresponding records. " They may also be claimed until the day following the election to the respective Electoral Board that will solve them together with the scrutineering. The resolution of the Board may be appealed as provided in article 160 ". Article 76.-Replace article 160 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 160.-of resolutions and procedures of the electoral commissions during the scrutinies, replacement may be required until the next occur day. " This claim should be accompanied by the subsidiary action of appeal to the Electoral Court. The electoral boards should fail the resource within two days of its filing. If the Board maintained its decision, without prejudice to continuing the election, whose results will be suspended until resolution of the appeal, the appeal was franqueará, the rising cars to the Electoral Court, which will fail them without further recourse before two days, immediately communicating your resolution part". Article 77.-Replace article 161 of law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 161-of procedures and acts of competition originating in the Electoral Court in electoral matters, may be requested replacement within three urgent days of its publication. "

Resolution falling not accept further appeal". Article 78.-Replace article 162 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, in the wording given by article 1 of law No. 8,070, of February 23, 1927, by the following: ' article 162.-the national authorities of the political parties registered with the Electoral Court will protest an election and seek its annulment by acts that have vitiated it. " The protests may be submitted during the scrutinies and the three days following its completion before the Electoral Court. The filing of a protest shall be without prejudice to the proclamation of the elected candidates, and conditional validity or effectiveness to the decision that on the request". Article 79.-Repeal of article 164 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925. Article 80.-Replace article 165 of the law Nº 7.812 of January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 165.-the Electoral Court may cancel totally or partially the elections, requiring the vote as of six of its members, of which three, at least, must be members elected by two-thirds vote of the General Assembly. "

In such a case you should summon a new full or partial election which will be held the second Sunday following the date of the pronouncement of invalidity. In the new election not may attend other sheets of voting than those recorded for the aborted election". Article 81.-Replace article 166 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 166.-groupings registered voting sheet in the Department may designate up to two delegates to each of the electoral management bodies, to witness and monitor all acts relating to the vote and the ballots. " Delegates may exercise supervision on the premises of the electoral commissions while they guarded the ballot boxes in them". Article 82.-Replace article 169 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 169.-in addition to the delegates to the previous article, groupings registered vote leaves the Department may designate one or more delegates General with powers of representation in all receiving commissions of votes that will work in the Department ". Article 83.-Replace article 170 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 170.-at the time of the vote is prohibited any discussion among the delegates of the parties, as well as between them and receiving commissions for votes. " It is also forbidden to delegates questioning voters or hold conversation with them within the local vote". Article 84.-Replace article 175 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 175.-in no case may impede the transit of voters from their home polling places or disturb them in the exercise of its functions. "

Electoral authorities may resort to the help of the public force, which should provide it immediately, if you check the breach of this precept". Article 85.-Replace article 176 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 176.-during the hours in which elections cannot be is public shows in the local open or closed, demonstrations or public meetings of a political nature."

Acts that seek to obtain adhesions with any purpose or acts of propaganda, proselytizing may not be made in public.

This prohibition does not preclude delivery voters voting sheets, provided that a distance of over a hundred metres of the premises where work commissions recipients of votes takes place". Article 86.-Replace article 179 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 179-agglomeration of troops and all ostentation of public armed force on the day of the reception of the suffrage is also forbidden. " "These forces, with excepci´n of the police needed to maintain order, must remain stationed during the Election Act, without prejudice to giving its members the time needed to attend to pay". Article 87. Replace article 180 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 180.-no public authority may intervene under any pretext, in the operation of receiving commissions for votes. " This prohibition does not preclude advice and assistance that election officials can provide". Article 88-Replace article 181 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 181.-prohibited to the heads and officers of the armed forces and police in local votes receiving commissions stay longer than is necessary for cover, lead groups of electors, premises, tools and elements of his dealings in campaign events of any kind used and enforce" ", in any way, the influence of their posts to restrict, prevent or alter the freedom of suffrage". Article 89.-Repeal article 184 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925. Article 90-Replaced article 186 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 186.-military personnel or police may vote uniformed, but unarmed ". Article 91.-Replace article 187 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 187-is absolutely prohibited to distribute sheets of voting in branches of the armed forces and the police, as well as any act of propaganda within the same, without prejudice to private correspondence. "

The same prohibition reaches the other units of the State". Article 92.-Replace article 188 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 188-is, also, absolutely prohibited under penalty of immediate removal, any intervention of the hierarchs of the public administration which restricts the right of staff under his authority to free casting vote ". Article 93.-Replace article 189 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 189-in units of the armed forces and police will be allowed the intervention of party delegates to check if given absolute freedom of action to the registered for the Act of voting, freedom which may not be an alibi or even to carry out disciplinary penalties."

It is absolutely forbidden to the police bosses under immediate penalty of dismissal, any act that may impede the direct advertising of political parties out of locals who occupy the police premises". Article 94. Replace article 190 of law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: 'article 190.-public officials, owners, directors and managers of commercial establishments or industrial and every employer must grant enabled participants to vote, which are under its dependence, one term not less than two hours to attend to vote in their respective circuits ', without prejudice to the salary or wages which they are entitled ". Article 95.-Replace section 191 of the Act No. 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 191.-are election offences: "


1st) lack of compliance by members of the public authorities and the authorities, offices and electoral corporations, of any of the obligations or formalities expressly imposed by this law.

2nd) the vote or attempt to vote carried out by person who does not correspond the inscription used to do so, or who had already voted at the same election.

3rd) violation or attempt of violation of the secrecy of the vote.

4th) the provision of the means for the violation of the secrecy of the vote.

5th) physical or moral violence in the sense of prevent, hinder or impede in any way the free and personal exercise of suffrage. Infringement of the provisions of article 190 by those with people under their dependence.

6th) deliberate obstruction opposite the regular development of the electoral acts.

7th) offering, promise of a personal gain, or the gift of identical species, aimed at getting the vote or abstention of the voter.

8th) abuse of authority exercised by public officials who are against the provisions of Chapter XIX of the present law.

9th) the adulteration, modification, theft or falsification of records and electoral documents, as well as the violation of the instruments aimed at closing the urn or packages containing such records and documents.

(10) the Organization, preparation or instigation of disorders, riots or attacks that may impair the regular development of the electoral acts.

(11) the Rapture, destruction, havoc or concealment of the polls, minutes, records or electoral documents.

(12) the misuse of the motto belonging to any party that possess it legally, in verbal, written, or television propaganda, shields, posters, stamps, letterheads and any other form of advertising. This provision reaches any expression or printed word obviously misleading confusion of voters". Article 96.-Replace article 192 of the law Nº 7.812, of 16 January 1925, with the following: "article 192.-the offences referred to in the preceding article shall be punished: the from numeral 1 with the penalty of three days of deprivation of freedom, which can be increased to two months, with deprivation of employment if it is committed by public official with breach of the duties of his position."

Those of the numerals 2 °), 3rd), 4th), 5th), 6th) and 7th) with the penalty of three to six months in prison, which will raise the penalty from six months to one year's imprisonment, with deprivation of employment when it is committed by public or electoral official with breach of the duties of his position.

The numeral 8 th) with the sentence of six months to one year's imprisonment with deprivation of employment.

(Those of the numerals 9th) and 10) with the sentence of six months to a year in prison, which will rise from one year to two years, with deprivation of employment, if it is committed by public official with breach of the duties of his position.

The number 11) the penalty of two to four years in prison.

The numeral 12) with the penalty of deprivation of freedom three days to three months in prison.

"((Si en los casos previstos por los numerales 9º), 10) and 11) to commit the crime is incurred, on someone else who punishes the criminal code, shall apply, if greater, the aggravated punishment on two degrees". Article 97-Replaced the article 193 of law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 193.-respect of the crimes referred to in article 191 shall apply, in relevant, the provisions contained in articles 196 to 203 inclusive, of the law of national civic registration ". Article 98-Replaced article 195 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 195.-are exempt from taxes all requests, complaints and protests that are made in relation to the operation of this Act ". Article 99.-Replace article 197 of the law Nº 7.812, from January 16, 1925, by the following: ' article 197-empower the Electoral Court for charges that demands the realization of electoral and plebiscitarios acts ". Article 100.-Replace article 1 of law No. 13.882, of September 18, 1970, by the following: "article 1.-the Electoral Court shall after each national election, the list of people with existing registration in the national civic registration that have not voted in two previous immediate national elections."

For the purposes indicated in the preceding paragraph, not be taken into account the elections referred to in article 148 of the Constitution of the Republic ". Article 101.-Replacing article 3 of law No. 13.882, of September 18, 1970, in the wording given by article 1 of Decree-Law Nº 14.331, of December 23, 1974, by the following: ' article 3º.-persons appearing in such payroll, must be submitted to the respective departmental electoral offices to ratify their inscriptions, within a period of three years from 31 March of the second year following the elections to " Article 1 concerned '. " Article 102.-Replace article 5 of the law No. 13.882, of September 18, 1970, by the following: "(article 5th.-exclusion recently will be effective once after internal party elections provided for in article 77, paragraph 12)(, y en la Disposición Transitoria y Especial Letra W) of the Constitution of the Republic." If the excluded registered bear in them the Electoral Court will have, ex officio, which rescission the exclusion of civic registration.

The registered had been excluded may request up to forty-five days before the date set for the realization of the national election, before the Electoral Board of their residence, the resolution ordering their exclusion from the national civic registration rescission.

This expired registration shall be definitely excluded from which shall be recorded in the respective file inscripcional to the excluded and must enroll again in the national civic registration.

"This expired registration shall be definitely excluded from which shall be recorded in the respective file inscripcional to the excluded and must enroll again in the national civic registration to be able to exercise their right to vote in subsequent elections". Article 103-Replacing article 12 of law Nº 8,070, of February 23, 1927, by the following: ' article 12.-the Electoral Court shall rule the rehabilitation of those inscriptions that are disabled, provided that before the seventy-five days prior to national elections provided for in paragraph 9 of subsection first of article 77 of the Constitution of the Republic " you have noted that the determining causes of suspension of citizenship in each case have disappeared. The National Electoral Office will proceed to the verification of such ends and will report if it is to proceed accordingly, and the Electoral Court will resolve the rehabilitation and order that they are withdrawn from the register of disqualified the respective documents, which will be kept duly ordained in a special file. You will also have the registered electoral sheet to pass to the corresponding section of the Electoral Register and their data to be incorporated into the list of electors.

The rehabilitation process may be initiated ex officio or at the request of any citizen". Article 104-Agreganse to article 5 of the law No. 16.017, of 20 January 1989, following final subparagraphs: "If the second choice provided for in article 151 of the Constitution of the Republic, thirty days of term for the justification of not having voted, be counted for both the first and second choice from the next to the last day.

Respect of the election of departmental governments governs the provisions of subsection first of this article". Hall of sessions of the House of representatives, in Montevideo, to 2 June 1999. ARIEL LAUSAROT PERALTA, President.
Martin Garcia Nin, Secretary. Ministry of the INTERIOR, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of economy and Finance Ministry of National Defence Ministry of education and Culture Ministry of transport and works Public Ministry of industry, energy and mining Ministry of labour and SOCIAL Security Ministry of health published Ministry of livestock, agriculture and fishing Ministry of tourism, Ministry of housing, TERRITORIAL planning and environment-Montevideo 9 June 1999. Met, acknowledge receipt, communicate, publish and inserted into the national registry of laws and decrees. SANGUINETTI.
GUILLERMO STIRLING.
DIDIER OPERTTI.
LUIS MOSCA.
JUAN LUIS STORACE.
YAMANDU FAU.
LUCIO CACERES.
JULIO HERRERA.
RAUL BUSTOS.
IGNACIO ZORRILLA DE SAN MARTÍN.
BENITO STERN.
JUAN CHIRUCHI.

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