The furloughed servant retains the right to use this functional regalia, until he resumes this function, and the regalia associated with that function.
XIII. An active state servant can also be relocated for the same administrative or organic reasons that he can be furloughed.
The transfer of location, however, can involve neither a demotion in service class,
nor a loss in terms of overall salary or as a result of unavoidable moving expenses. [ . . . ]
XVII. The authority, on the side of the state, to dismiss and retire servants also exists on the side of the servant, in accordance with the following provisions: [ . . . ]
B. A state servant may retire on the basis of length of service. The requirement for this in all classes of service is 40 years of completed service.
To reach the required 40 years, the servant is allowed to add up all of the years served under different governments of the entire Electoral State and in different classes of service; but years spent in preparatory posts and on interim furloughs cannot be counted.
A state servant who retires after completing the length of service retains his rank-based salary along with his title and functional regalia and loses his service-based salary.
C. A state servant may retire on the basis of age.
The requirement for this in all classes of service is 70 years of age.
A state servant who retires upon reaching the age of 70 also retains his rank-based salary along with his title and functional regalia and loses his service-based salary.
D. A state servant may be declared unfit for work and thus eligible for retirement before reaching 40 years of service or 70 years of age on the basis of physical infirmity, as the result of an external misfortune suffered during or outside of his duty, or for reasons of inner exhaustion.
Such instances must be verified by rigorous factual evidence and by the most definitive statements of public health officers and competent officials.
In each instance, the specific nature of the individual case determines whether the state servant is to be retired – permanently – or only furloughed;