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Ley General de Desarrollo Social (General Act on Social Development)

Government of Mexico Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Mexico 20 January 2004 Legislation/regulation development, social development

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General Act on Social Development. New Act published in the Federal Official Gazette on January 20, 2004. Legislation in Force. This law is of public order and social interest and is observed throughout the country.

Ley General de Desarrollo Social. Nueva Ley publicada en el Diario Oficial de la Federación el 20 de enero de 2004. Texto Vigente. La presente Ley es de orden público e interés social y de observancia general en todo el territorio nacional.


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