Title XIV The Autonomous Institutions - State insurance institutionsArticle 188
The autonomous institutions of the State do enjoy administrative independence and are subject to the law in matters of government. Their directors are liable for their management.
(As amended by Law No. 4123, May 31, 1968.)Article 189
The autonomous institutions are:
- The State banks;
- The State insurance institutions;
- Those established by this Constitution and any new institutions that the Legislative Assembly may create by a vote of no less than two thirds of its entire membership.
For discussion and passing of bills of law concerning an autonomous institution, the Legislative Assembly shall previously hear the opinion of that entity.