Lofage 402015

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The Preliminary Title regulates in detail the regime of the administrative bodies, taking as a basis the regulations contained in Law 30/1992, of November 26, 1992, which incorporates certain novelties. The creation of new bodies may only be done after verifying that there is no duplication with the existing ones. The provisions on the bodies of the consultative Administration are completed and the regulation of the collegiate bodies is improved, particularly those of the General State Administration, highlighting the generalization of the use of electronic means so that they can be constituted, hold their sessions, adopt resolutions, prepare and send the minutes of their meetings.

The Law regulates the Ministries and their internal organization, based on the following bodies: Ministers, Secretaries of State, Undersecretaries, General Secretaries, General Technical Secretaries, General Directors and General Sub-Directors.

This Law includes functions of the Ministers which, until now, were scattered in other regulations or which were inherent to the exercise of certain functions, such as entering into contracts and agreements within the scope of their competence; authorizing budgetary modifications; deciding on the representation of the Ministry in collegiate bodies or working groups; rendering the Department’s account before the Court of Auditors; and resolving administrative appeals filed before the higher and executive bodies of the Department. The Law partially reorganizes the competences between the superior bodies, Ministers and Secretaries of State, and the executive bodies, Undersecretaries, Secretaries General, Technical Secretaries General and Directors General of the Ministries, attributing to certain bodies as their own certain functions which until now were usually delegated to them. And in order to make possible the management improvement measures proposed in the CORA Report, a new competence is attributed to the Undersecretaries: that of adopting and promoting measures aimed at the centralized management of resources and material means within the scope of their Department.

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The Preliminary Title regulates in detail the regime of administrative bodies, taking as a basis the regulations hitherto in force contained in Law 30/1992, of November 26, 1992, which incorporates certain new features. The creation of new bodies may only be done after verifying that there is no duplication with the existing ones. The provisions on the bodies of the consultative Administration are completed and the regulation of the collegiate bodies is improved, particularly those of the General State Administration, highlighting the generalization of the use of electronic means so that they can be constituted, hold their sessions, adopt resolutions, prepare and send the minutes of their meetings.

The Law regulates the Ministries and their internal organization, based on the following bodies: Ministers, Secretaries of State, Undersecretaries, General Secretaries, General Technical Secretaries, General Directors and General Sub-Directors.

This Law includes functions of the Ministers which, until now, were scattered in other regulations or which were inherent to the exercise of certain functions, such as entering into contracts and agreements within the scope of their competence; authorizing budgetary modifications; deciding on the representation of the Ministry in collegiate bodies or working groups; rendering the Department’s account before the Court of Auditors; and resolving administrative appeals filed before the higher and executive bodies of the Department. The Law partially reorganizes the competences between the superior bodies, Ministers and Secretaries of State, and the executive bodies, Undersecretaries, Secretaries General, Technical Secretaries General and Directors General of the Ministries, attributing to certain bodies as their own certain functions which until now were usually delegated to them. And in order to make possible the management improvement measures proposed in the CORA Report, a new competence is attributed to the Undersecretaries: that of adopting and promoting measures aimed at the centralized management of resources and material means within the scope of their Department.

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The secretaries of state are senior departmental bodies for sectoral direction and management that occupy the highest level in the hierarchy of middle management between the minister and the civil service apparatus, above the director general and the secretary general. As this is a position of strict political confidence, their appointment is free, as is their dismissal. It should be noted that, unlike Ministers, Secretaries of State do not fall with the President if the latter resigns.

Regarding their functions, they are directly responsible for the execution of the Government’s action in a specific sector of activity of a Department or of the Presidency of the Government. Thus, the LOFAGE specifies that they are in charge of appointing and dismissing the Deputy Directors General, as well as of directing and coordinating the General Directorates dependent on the Secretary of State in question. Likewise, the Secretary of State will assume those functions delegated to him by the Minister, as indicated in Article 7.2 of the Government Act.

Lofage 402015 online

We already talked in another post about the LAW 39/2015, the articles of the laws it modifies and repeals where I shared tables of equivalences with other laws and the topics it modifies of some oppositions: Novedades y Noticias LEY 39/2015 y tablas de equivalencias.

– Article 4.2- Article 5. Of the Council of Ministers- Article 6.2- Article 7.2- Article 8. Of the General Commission of Secretaries of State and Undersecretaries- Article 9. Of the Secretariat of the Government- Article 10. Of the Cabinets- Article 11. Of the requirements for access to the position- Article 12. Of the appointment and cessation- Article 13. Of the substitution- Article 20. Delegation and avocation of competences.

– Title V. On the legislative initiative and the regulatory power of the Government: – Article 22. On the exercise of the legislative initiative and the regulatory power of the Government – Article 23.)