CHAPTER III – THE OPPOSITION OF THE STATUTE OF ARTICLE 112. The parties and political movements with law declaring themselves in opposition to the Government may exercise freely deal with this critical role, and plan and develop policy alternatives. For this purpose, they ensure the following rights: access to information and official documentation, with the constitutional and legal restrictions, the use of social media by the State or those who make use of the electromagnetic spectrum according to the representation obtained in the immediately preceding elections for Congress, the reply in the same media. Minority parties and movements with legal right to participate on the boards of the collegiate bodies, according to their representation in them. A statutory law will regulate the matter fully.
(Article amended by Legislative Act No. 1 of 2003) PART V – STATE OF THE ORGANIZATION OF CHAPTER I – STATE STRUCTURE OF THE ARTICLE 113. They are branches of government, legislative, executive, and judicial. Besides bodies that, there are others, autonomous and independent, to fulfill the other functions of state. The various organs of state have separate functions but cooperate harmoniously to achieve its aims. ARTICLE 114. It is up to Congress to amend the Constitution, make laws and exercise political control over government and administration. The Congress will be composed of the Senate and House of Representatives. ARTICLE 115. The President of the Republic is Head of State, Head of Government and supreme administrative authority. The National Government is formed by the President of the Republic, the Cabinet ministers and heads of administrative departments.