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Lei nº 3/2014 (Law nº 3/2014)

Mozambique Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Mozambique 5 February 2014 Legislation/regulation Older Persons

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Esta lei concerne à promoção e protecção dos direitos da pessoa idosa no País, assegurando e defendendo o direito à vida, liberdade, saúde, habitação vestuário, dignidade, personalidade, privacidade, segurança, bem-estar e lazer, propriedade privada e à protecção social, independentemente da cor, raça, sexo, origem, étnica, lugar de nascimento, religião, grau de instrução, posição social, condição física e psicológica.

This law concerns the promotion and protection of the rights of the elderly in the country by ensuring and defending the right to life, liberty, health, clothing, housing, dignity, personality, privacy, security, welfare and leisure, private property and social protection regardless of color, race, sex, origin, ethnicity, place of birth, religion, level of education, social status, physical and psychological condition.


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