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Ley 30159 que modifica Ley 28803, Ley de las personas adultas mayores. (Law no. 30159 amending Law 28803, the Law for Older Persons)

El Congreso de la República del Perú Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Peru 7 January 2014 Legislation/regulation human rights, Older Persons

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Ley 30159 modifica los artículos 3 y 4 de la citada Ley sobre los derechos de la persona adulta mayor y los deberes del Estado. Por ejemplo, el Estado establece, promueve y ejecuta medidas administrativas, legislativas y jurisdicciones que sean necesarias para asegurar el pleno ejercicio de los derechos de las personas adultas mayores. El adulto mayor tiene derecho preferencial a acceder a servicios de asesoría jurídica, médica, psicológica y social. Toda persona adulta mayor tiene derecho a la El Peruano protección efectiva del Estado para el ejercicio o defensa de sus derechos.

Law 30159 amends Articles 3 and 4 of the Law for Older Persons and state duties concerning their rights. For example, the state establishes, promotes and executes administrative, legislative and jurisdictions in order to ensure the full exercise of the rights of older persons. The older person has preferential access to legal, medical, psychological and social counseling services. Any older person is entitled to Peruivan state protection for exercise or the defense of their rights.


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