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Finally, the government owns the National Palace land

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The Administrative Minister of the Presidency, José Ignacio Paliza, received the three definitive titles to the land of the National Palace, after concluding the process started a year ago to regulate the land on which the Government House was built.

The general director of the State Titling Technical Unit (Utect), Mérid Torres, delivered to Paliza the titles of the 68,130.32 square meters of land on which the National Palace and the building of the National Directorate of Investigations (DNI) are located. .

Two of the documents, number 0100360118 is for 37,342.35 square meters, and 0100361555, for 25,265.35 square meters, corresponding to the land of the Government House, and 0100360116 for 5,522.32 square meters, to those of the DNI building.

Regarding the descendants of the Lluberes Saviñón family, whose ancestor they assure donated the land to build the Santo Tomás de Aquino University, Torres assured that they could not present proof of ownership. During the entire demarcation and sanitation process, there were no objections.

He explained that there were two processes through demarcation and regulation managed before the Real Estate Registry of the Council of the Judicial Power and in both cases the State obtained sentences in its favor from the Land Court of Original Jurisdiction of the National District and there was no objection from any party.

These efforts began on August 13th, 2021, seven decades after the construction of the presidential mansion.

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