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Loi no.2007-023 du 20 août 2007 sur les droits et la protection des enfants (Law no.2007-023 of 20 August 2007 on the rights and protection of children)

The Parliament of Madagascar; Republic of Madagascar Country Resources Child Rights Legislation Madagascar 20 August 2007 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent, human rights, political rights

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Tout enfant bénéficie des mêmes droits sans distinction aucune, indépendamment de toute considération fondée sur la race, la couleur, le sexe, la langue, la religion, l’opinion politique ou
autre de l’enfant ou de ses parents ou représentants légaux, l’origine nationale, ethnique ou sociale, l’incapacité, la situation de fortune, la naissance ou toute autre situation.

Every child has the same rights without distinction of any kind, irrespective of any consideration based on race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion of the child or her parents or legal guardians, the national, ethnic or social origin, disability, property status, birth or other status.


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