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Entes Autónomos y Servicios Descentralizados

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Title: Entes Autónomos y Servicios Descentralizados  
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Language: English
Subject: Economy of Uruguay, Judiciary of Uruguay, Law of Uruguay, Municipalities of Uruguay, Constitution of Uruguay
Collection: Economy of Uruguay, Government of Uruguay, Government-Owned Companies of Uruguay
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Entes Autónomos y Servicios Descentralizados

The Autonomous State Entities and Decentralized Services (Spanish: Entes Autónomos y Servicios Descentralizados) are a type of government-owned corporation typical of the Uruguayan state.

According to Section XI of the Constitution of Uruguay, their legal personality is subject to public law.[1]


  • Autonomous State Entities 1
  • Decentralized Services 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Autonomous State Entities

Decentralized Services


This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Español WorldHeritage.
  1. ^ "Uruguayan Constitution of 1934". Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes (in Spanish). Retrieved 2009. 

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