Ley Organica de Procedimientos Administrativos

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    ABSTRACT: In Venezuela, large-scale shrimp farming began in the 1980s. By 1987, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (MARNR) had received 14 proposals for approval. A developer illegally started the construction of ponds at the Píritu Lagoon in the State of Anzoátegui before the authorization process was completed. This action triggered a land-use conflict. This study identifies the causes for public protest and determines the consequences of this conflict for land-use management. The results show that public protest was based on the impacts of the partial construction of ponds. These impacts were related to direct removal of wetlands, interruption of natural patterns of surface flows, and alteration of feeding grounds of some bird species with migratory status. Consequences were identified in relation to the role that nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) play in land-use conflicts and the actions that MARNR could take in the future to prevent and solve similar situations.
    Preview · Article · Aug 1994 · Environmental Management
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    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study is to undertake a juridic analysis of bank privacy from the constitutional point of view, considering the same as a fundamental facet of legal privacy. However, since all rights have limitations and are relative, even constitutional laws, this is understood. The methodology employed was normative legal analysis that contemplates or limits banking rights. The conclusion is that banking secrecy is included in the right to reserve information, which in isolation has no significance, but which could shed light on activities that a person may want to remain private, o reveal as the case may be. Also, the bank secret without doubt is necessary in order to protect personal information apart from patrimonial information. This banking secret right could be limited when it is related to a person who is in public office. The surveillance of public officials could justify access to information in a limited form only and exclusively in relation to tax information, basically income. This basic rights limitation should respect the essential content of the law as well as be reasonable and necessary
    Preview · Article · Jan 2004