Chair adapted to the obese person may be mandatory in shopping centers, malls and food courts

The total number of seats available on site, 10% of the seats must be available to obese.
12/07/2016 15h35 - Updated 12/07/2016 15h35
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Comercial centers, shopping centers, food courts and educational institutions will be required to provide adapted chairs for obese people. It's what sets the Bill (PL) No 282/2014, approved in the Municipality of Manaus (CMM), on Tuesday (12). About GB, Councilman authored by Roberto Sabino (PROS), goes to sanction the mayor Arthur Virgilio Neto (PSDB).

As the matter, the total number of seats available on site, 10% of the seats must be available to obese, and that the reserved seats should be identified by notices or some characteristic that differentiates the seats for the general public.

Guests who do not observe the requirement of the law will be subject to penalties, between them, warning, the first assessment, fine of 100 Tax Municipality Units (UFMs), after thirty days of warning to a fine pass for two hundred UFMS, if not remedied the irregularity within thirty days, after application of the fine provided for in subsection second of Law, the suspension of the Operating License, after two consecutive fines.

The bill justifies the act of sitting for most people is common, but for a portion of the population, the simple act of sitting in certain places becomes embarrassing, due to obesity. Because of that, many end up abdicating activities, social gatherings, by virtue of its physical structure.
E, to ensure the social life of obese people, the project aims to make mandatory the provision in food court, Comercial centers, shopping centers and teaching environment, chairs adapted for obese, ensuring the placeholders in the face of the need of these people, with the aim of these commercial environments that interact seamlessly.

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