Hoja suelta-Decreto, Guatemala, Guatemala, 22 de mayo 1826 [Digital Version]

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Leon, Juan José de and Guatemala. Departamento de Gobernacion, Hoja suelta-Decreto, Guatemala, Guatemala, 22 de mayo 1826 (Guatemala, May 22, 1826)

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Title: Hoja suelta-Decreto, Guatemala, Guatemala, 22 de mayo 1826 [Digital Version]
Alternate Title: Decreto de la Asamblea Nacional constituyente de 13 de Enero de 1824. El gefe del Estado de Guatemala
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  • Leon, Juan José de
  • Guatemala. Departamento de Gobernacion
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Publication date: 2010-06-07
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Source(s): Leon, Juan José de and Guatemala. Departamento de Gobernacion, Hoja suelta-Decreto, Guatemala, Guatemala, 22 de mayo 1826 (Guatemala, May 22, 1826)
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Languages used in the text: Spanish
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  • Proclamations--Guatemala
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Ministerio gral. del gobierno]
del Estado de Guatemala.]

Departamento de gobernacion

El C. Gefe del Estado se ha servido dirigirme el decreto siguiente.

DECRETO.
El Gefe del Estado de Guatemala.
Por cuanto la Asamblea legislativa tubo à bien decretar lo que sigue.

LA Asamblea Legislativa del Estado de Guatemala, conciderando: que
por decreto de la Asamblea Nacional constituyente de 13 de Enero de
1824. se mandaron establecer càtedras de filosolia en todos los pueblos
de los Estados donde se puedan dotar, ó los maestros que quieran enseñar
gratuitamente: que la habilitacion de los maestros cuando no sean bachilleres
en la facultad, se comete por esta ley á las diputaciones provinciales:
que la de este Estado fué extinguida por decreto de 11 de
Noviembre del mismo año; y que es conveniente designar la autoridad
que debe sobstituirla en el expresado cargo, ha tenido à bien decretar
y decreta.

El parrafo 1o. del articulo 1o. del decreto de la Asamblea Nacional
constituyente de 23. de Enero de 1824. queda reformado y sobstituido
en el siguiente.,, El maestro deberà ser bachiller en filosofia, ò
habilitado al efecto por el Gefe departamental respectivo, previa justificacion
de su aptitud.”

Comuniquese al Concejo representativo para su sancion. Dado en
Guatemala à cinco de Abril de mil ochocientos veinte y seis. Juan
José Flores,
Diputado Presidente = Quirino Flores, Diputado Secretario
=Josè Mariano [Illegible: Vidaurre], Diputado Secretario.

Sala del Consejo representativo del Estado de Guatemala en la
Corte à 20 de mayo de 1826. Al Gefe del Estado. Cirilo Flores,
Presidente= M. Julian Ibarra= J. Maria Sta. Cruz= Josè Bernardo
Escobar Secretario.

Por tanto: executese. Guatemala Abril 8. de 1826. Juan Barrundia.
Al Secretario general del despacho.

Y habiendo dispuesto el Gefe del Estado se imprima, publique,
y circule; de su orden, lo comunico à U. acompañandole suficiente
nùmero de ejemplares al efecto= Dios, Union, Libertad.

Guatemala 22 de Mayo de 1826.
Por acuerdo del P. E. y enfermedad del Secretario.

Juan Jose de Leon.




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Date: 2010-06-07
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