09/03/2016 14h51 - Updated 9/03/2016 14h51

PL ensures space Creche Required universities

The institution which violate the rule, You may suffer fine, no minimum, R$ 15 one thousand.
Photo: JP Lima
Photo: JP Lima

Higher education institutions, public and private day care must provide space for university who are mothers of children up to 1 year and 6 months old. The determination is provided for in Bill, presented by Mr Soares Platiny, Amazon in the Legislative Assembly (hazard), filed early on Wednesday (9).

According to Article 4 of the proposal entitled Law of Space-Nursery University, the institution fails to comply with the rule, You may suffer a fine of five thousand Fiscal Reference Units (UFIR), approximately R $ 15 one thousand.

Platiny Soares maintains that long seen the need for spaces, so that mothers can leave their children while trying to return to their daily activities.

"The issue around the day care is not only sensitive to society's eyes, but provided by the constitutional legislator, which established in its Article 24, in items IX and XV, legislative prerogative on education and protection to children and youth ", justified Platiny.

Still according to Articles 5 and 6, from the entry into force of Law, no license to build, renovation or building adaptation for the higher education in the State of Amazonas scope will be approved if the project does not include the space forecast for the university crèche. The deadline for adaptation will be 180 days.

The proposer highlights the different benefits of the Bill. "In addition to reducing truancy, the approval of the University Creche, notes the position of women in the labor market, decreasing considerably obstacles extending or cancel their professional training. Like this, as we can not deprive children of their right to breastfeeding, we can not prevent the woman from completing his university studies ", destacou Platiny.

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