LEY 13064 PDF

Law 13, on Public Works,lv which at Article 1 considers as is of the age provided for in the law on social security (la ley previsional) for. Tema(s): Seguridad social. Tipo de legislación: Ley. Adoptado el: Entry into force: Publicado el: Bundesgesetzblatt, ISN: AUTL & In: KOZ | Ot, M.J., WHAT LEY, F.R. (ed.).

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Although the law covers all economic sectors, the cabinet has the power to choose to exclude certain sectors from its requirements, as it has for water and energy through to August in order to facilitate urgent projects. The regulatory environment for PPPs in Brazil is detailed and has been steadily evolving since the early concession framework in the mids. However, subsequent projects, such as the North Kazakhstan-Aktobe region power line and leh Charsk-Ust-Kamenogorsk railway line ely problems because the law conflicted with other legislation, meaning that risk was not equally shared between the partners.

Following these challenges, amendments to the concessions law and other legislation were made to harmonise the regulatory process.

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The Cabinet has final decision-making power over issues, including the PPP priority list, contract approval and renegotiation, and changes to the PPP policy. Furthermore, transparency and accountability 113064 for PPPs must be further developed in order to shield the mechanism against the kind of corruption cases that affected the infrastructure market in To date, under this new framework, the Ministry of Transport and Public Works has been the most active in developing and awarding projects: The law, prepared with the support of international expert agencies, aligns with international best practices.

Ensuring that the PPP projects prepared under the new legal and institutional framework are completed is one of the immediate issues facing the government. Concessions and privatisations are perceived negatively by some non-governmental and civil society groups, and attempts to award large contracts have been widely debated.

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This is problematic given widespread opposition to privatisation, with which PPPs are often confused, and distrust of foreign investors. Supporting regulatory legal acts were also approved, describing bidding processes, project selection and feasibility studies, and further legislative amendments are in development.

Main challenges for PPP infrastructure development In this context, Ecuador still faces significant regulatory, fiscal and institutional challenges to implement a sound framework that effectively enables leu PPP projects.

The Abu Rawash Wastewater Treatment Plant, awarded inis no longer classified as a PPP, as it was converted into an engineering, procurement and construction project in February Burkina Faso has been setting up a legal framework conducive to PPPs lej One challenge for Kazakhstan is building confidence in PPPs. The State Modernisation Act of —which encouraged private-sector participation in infrastructure investment through concessions—was rolled back after the Constitution gave the government of Ecuador control of strategic sectors, including energy, transport and water, and declared that only by exception can the development of these sectors be delegated to private entities.


Lack of financial and human resources in line 10364 is an issue, and better project identification processes and feasibility studies are needed, supported by appropriate technical manuals. Jordan Overview of the infrastructure sector and PPPs Jordan has been implementing PPPs since in sectors including rail, wastewater, ports, power and airports.

Moreover, the recent period of political instability, which started in and resulted in the collapse of the coalition government in Mayhas prevented political leaders in the government from making long-term, strategic decisions that could positively impact the enabling environment. As a member of the EU, Bulgaria is obliged to align lye legislation with EU law, but this process is incomplete.

The first was the creation of a central department for PPPs within the presidential office the PPI secretariatwhich is responsible for several functions associated with central PPP units, such as the promotion of PPPs, support 113064 procuring authorities and capacity building. The main challenge for the country lies in restoring investor confidence in order to raise the required financing—both at the federal and provincial levels—after years of 31064. This partly explains why the cabinet excluded urgent projects from its scope for a two-year period.

Transparency needs to be improved.

Infrascope – Measuring the enabling environment for public-private partnerships in infrastructure

Elected inPresident Talon brought in private business to eliminate persistent power outages that are a drag on the economy. Dominican Republic Overview of the infrastructure sector and PPPs For the past five years in the Dominican Republic, private participation in infrastructure has primarily focused on electricity, ports and telecom.

To do this, it is working with donors and international consultants to design projects and define appropriate parameters for measuring performance. However, despite this progress in legal and institutional development, projects remain slow to materialise. It is hoped that a clearer framework resulting from the new regulations will help to attract the private investment necessary for growth and improvement in infrastructure.

The transportation le is expected to be the primary focus of the PAG, including completion of the Benin-Niger railway linking Cotonou and Ely, highway renovation in the north entering Togo and Nigeria, and upgrades to the Port of Cotonou.

The government has sent a bill to Congress to establish an Infrastructure Fund that would be in charge of retendering existing PPPs once contracts expire, and using these assets to finance new PPPs in infrastructure. Jordan has been implementing PPPs since in sectors including rail, wastewater, ports, power and airports. While the new legislative environment was welcomed by the legal community as it is less bureaucratic and distributes risk more evenly, it is untested and questions remain, including the availability and extent of state subsidies for certain projects, the possibility of indexation of long-term rates, limits on financing due to legislation on banking, potential limits on international arbitration, and whether delivery of a PPP with a state-owned enterprise will conflict with state procurement laws.


At the municipal level, a project involving the provision of bus transportation services, and installation and maintenance of bus stops in the municipality of Peja reached financial closure inbut its implementation has been stalled. In the first half ofBrazil reached financial closure on 27 out of contracts. The PAG describes, in broad strokes, the anticipated role of PPPs as the dominant mode of public procurement over the next five years, while the law provides a comprehensive framework for announcements, concessions, contract management, reporting and the establishment of regulatory bodies.

In December the government issued Decree No. The law covers rules on competitive bidding, unsolicited proposals, selection criteria, award criteria, contracts and modifications, termination of contracts, financial issues and dispute settlements. The PPP environment has evolved in the past decade into a more organised and structured framework.

The main challenge it faces is ensuring these principles are met given the high number of projects it has developed in the past five years. Political instability and a volatile currency have discouraged private infrastructure investment in the past. The Dominican Liberation Party has established in its Government Program for — the continuation of the road improvement program, incorporating new mechanisms of private-public collaboration.

The law, written as a general piece of legislation to allow its passage, was further enhanced by regulations published in February 1364 follows the resolution of the sovereign bond default in and several market-friendly measures introduced by the new administration 1064 provides an alternative mechanism for PPPs.

The agency publishes all 130664 documents online, including project descriptions, prequalification notices, awards, legislative decrees and contracts.

An additional challenge for Colombia, as well as 13046 other LAC countries, is lack of transparency, which creates additional obstacles for the financial closure of PPP projects 4G due to increasing reputational risk for financers. There is a high level of concentration, with a few firms winning a major share of PPP contracts.