The Board of Directors of the House of Representatives is made up by a President and two Vice-presidents, elected for a one (1) year term, starting on July 20th.
The duties of the Board of Directors are:
To adopt the necessary and reasonable decisions and step for a better internal organization, in order to achieve an efficient legislative and administrative work.
To submit, in association with the Board of Directors of the other Chamber, the yearly budget project of the Congress and to send the said project to the government so it may be taken into consideration within the definitive bill of income and expenditures of the Nation.
To request reports to the agencies in charge of the administrative management and organization of each one of the Chambers concerning the steps carried out and on the plans to be performed; to control the execution of the annual budget of Congress.
To order the celebration of combined sessions of the Permanent Constitutional Commissions of the said House or of both Chambers, when convenient and necessary.
To request to the State Council the declaration of loss of investiture of a Congress member, in terms of Article 184 of the National Constitution.
To issue the complementary operation regulations for the General Secretary’s Office and Secretaries of the Commissions.