22/09/2016 14h30 - Updated 22/09/2016 14h30

Law prohibiting hazing in universities is approved in the ALE-AM

It is the fine of two to ten minimum wages to those who practice the trot and expected the suspension of student academic activities for a period of one to six months.
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It was approved unanimously by the parliamentarians of the Amazon Legislative Assembly (OF-AM) the bill that prohibits student hazing in public universities and private state.

It is the fine of two to ten minimum wages to those who practice the trot and expected the suspension of student academic activities for a period of one to six months.

The proposal considers hazing actions that expose freshmen to physical humiliations, psychological or moral, demand for goods or values ​​and can cause damage and injury to students.

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