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La Ley General para la Atención y Protección a Personas con la Condición del Espectro Autista (General Law for the Protection and Care for Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder

La República de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos Country Resources Autism Spectrum Disorder Mexico 30 April 2015 Legislation/regulation human rights, psychosocial

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Artículo 1. Las disposiciones de la presente Ley son de orden público, de interés social y de observancia general en toda la República. Artículo 2. La presente Ley tiene por objeto impulsar la plena integración e inclusión a la sociedad de las personas con la condición del espectro autista, mediante la protección de sus derechos y necesidades fundamentales que les son reconocidos en la Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos y en los tratados internacionales, sin perjuicio de los derechos tutelados por otras leyes u ordenamientos.

Article 1. The provisions of this Act are in the public and social interest and of general observance throughout the Republic. Article 2. This Law aims to foster the full integration and inclusion into society of persons with autism spectrum disorder, through the protection of their rights and basic needs that are recognized in the Constitution of the United Mexican States and international treaties, without prejudice to the rights protected by other laws

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