Executive Manager shall have the same privileges and the same powers as the President, which sometimes makes. ARTICLE 196. Speaking candidly Sen. Sherrod Brown told us the story. The President of the Republic or whoever replaces him may not move into foreign territory during his tenure, without notice to the Senate or, in the recess of the latter, the Supreme Court. Violation of this provision implies abandonment of post. The President of the Republic, or who has held the presidency by way of charge, you can not leave the country within the year following the date on which ceased in the exercise of its functions, without prior permission of the Senate.
When the President of the Republic is transferred to a foreign territory in the exercise of his office, the Minister to whom it may concern, according to legal precedence, at your own risk exercise the constitutional functions delegated by the President, both those which are peculiar as exercised in his capacity as head of government. Delegatee Minister belong to the same party or movement President's political. ARTICLE 197. No one shall be elected to the presidency of the Republic for more than two periods. May not be elected President or Vice President of the Republic who has committed any of the grounds of disability set forth in paragraphs 1, 4 and 7 of Article 179, neither the citizen than a year before the election is held any of the following charges : Minister, Director of Administrative Departments, Judge of the Supreme Court, Constitutional Court, Council of State, the Supreme Judicial Council, or CNE, Attorney General's Office, Ombudsman, Comptroller General of the Republic, General Prosecutor's Office, National Registrar of Civil Status, Commander of the Armed Forces, Director General of the Police Department or the Governor of Mayors. TRANSITIONAL CLAUSE. Who exercises or has exercised the Presidency of the Republic prior to the passage of this legislation can only be elected for a new presidential term. (Article amended by Decree 2310 of 2004) Article 198. The President of the Republic or whoever replaces him will be responsible for their acts or omissions that violate the Constitution or laws. ARTICLE 199. The President of the Republic, during the period for which elected, or whoever is found responsible for the Presidency, shall be prosecuted or tried for crimes, but under the charge of the House of Representatives and when the Senate has declared that There are grounds for legal action instead.