Modification to the Decentralization Law went to second debate in the Assembly

The Municipal Affairs Commission approved in the first debate Bill 890, which modifies and adds articles to Law 37 of 2009, which decentralizes the Public Administration and dictates other provisions.

Some new modifications were made to the initiative, which consists of six articles, and three new articles were included, according to its proponent, Deputy Sucre, who also chairs the commission.

They remain in the norm that councilors and mayors at the national level, may enjoy “license without salaries”, since it is established by law, and with the initiative presented, it is sought that there be equal opportunities, in participation for elected positions. popular, mainly by 2024.

In addition, the law establishes how these incomes would be generated, seeking that they do not have an affectation when exercising a position as a representative or mayors.

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