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قانون يتعلق بالصحة العقلية وبشروط الايواء في المستشفى بسبب اضطرابات عقلية في تونس 1992 (Tunisian Mental Health Act and Conditions for Hospital Detention due to Mental Disturbances 1992)

Government of Tunisia Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Tunisia 29 July 1992 Legislation/regulation mental health facility, severe mental illness

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قانون رقم 83 لسنة 1992 المتعلق بالصحة العقلية و بشروط الايواء في المستشفى بسبب الاضطرابات العقلية.

الباب الاول: أحكام عامة
الباب الثاني: في الايواء الحر بالمستشفى للاشخاص المصابين باضطرابات عقلية
الباب الثالث: في ايواء الاشخاص المصابين باضطرابات عقلية في المستشفى بدون رضاهم
- في الايواء بطلب الغير
- في الايواء الوجوبي
الباب الرابع: في حماية الاشخاص المصابين باضطرابات عقلية
الباب الخامس: في اللجنة الجهوية للصحة النفسية
الباب السادس: في العقوبات الجزائية

Law No. 83 of 1992 Tunisian Mental Health Act and Conditions for Hospital Detention due to Mental Disturbances

Chapter I: General Provisions
Chapter II: Voluntary admission of people with mental disorders
Chapter III: involuntary admission of people with mental disorders in the hospital
- at the request of others
- Obligatory in shelters
Chapter IV: In the protection of persons with mental disorders
Chapter V: in the Regional Committee for Mental Health
Chapter VI: in the penal sanctions

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Tunisian Mental Health Act
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Tunisian Mental Health Act
French, 2.1 MB pdf

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